Would "my stores are in the market" also be correct?
yes of course !
'di' means in, at, or on
It should actually be "in". "At" indicates a temporary position, rather than a permanent residence, and applies only to people at that. "I am at school" BUT "The bus is in the school" and "The janitor lives in the school".
Usually market stalls are temporary set ups : tent/umbrella, trestle table etc
the suggested translations sounds like your stores went to the market to buy something. it should be 'in the market'
I consider shops and stores as the same
'Stores' in Australia means separate shop buildings. Markets usually have 'stalls'.
"At," though commonly used in this context, is grammatically incorrect. "In" is the correct word.
"My shops are in the market"
You have ruined the app with this terrible male voice
Now I'm interested in what the original voice sounded like.
I personally feel like the "the" in the sentence isn't needed. At market is fine, if you aren't specifying which market.
Like how if you sell live stock, they are "sent to market", you don't have to say "to the market"
Stores are shops in England!Both should be accepted
Would "bazaar" instead of "market" also work?