"Mia madre è in cucina."
Translation:My mother is in the kitchen.
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I imagine the point here is that everyone's seeking consistency where there isn't any. No language is fully logical/consistent, and Italian is no exception to this rule. Just keep plugging away, and in time you will pick up the rhythms and world-view of Italian. Prepositions are always the peskiest part of learning any language (I've learned Latin, French, Russian, German, Hebrew, and now Italian, so I think I can say this with some certainty!).