"she is good in baseball.". I scrolled over "ma" and it does say that "in" is one of the translations. Maybe people say the phrase differently but I usually say a person is good "in" something rather than "at" something. Maybe that's just me.
Unless they are flagging me on my translation of "she" instead of "he". No more high school girls baseball team, get softball team though, so I guess I could be wrong. But get some girls that play baseball cause they made a tv show about one girl that was a pitcher in baseball.
So I figured out that I was being flagged cause I was saying "in" rather than "at". Is it wrong in english to say that someone is good "in" something?