Why not "in the farm"?
The preposition, in this case, is "on".
I understand that the correct preposition is "on", but maybe "in" could be marked as a typo rather than an error.
at the farm? probably less idiomatic.
I would only say "...on the farm". "at" sounds temporary but "on the farm" includes the cows in the whole running of the farm.
Thanks! Here's where my non-native English leaves me grasping.. Umm -Perhaps nice for the non-native English speakers to include it as a less-desirable alternative? (Clearly I'm a desperate, grade-grubbing student:-))
At seems fine
Might be a BE -AE thing. In the US we'd say..."on" the farm if it referred to a steady place of residence.
"In the US...."? I thought you were from Europe. :-)
Now, that's a difficult one. I was born and raised in the US (mostly NYC) but I have lived 3/4 of my life abroad (mostly in Greece).
Makes you wonder how old I am. ;)
Not really. If you were European, I'd have a chance to say thank you, but in the United States... difficult. I can't travel by plane. Write me.
Your progress in English and your comments are all the thanks needed.
Wishing you well.
What is different "στη" and "στην"?