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In, on, at in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
in, on, at en
How to say “in, on, at” in Spanish? “En”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “en” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on in, on, at in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “In, on, at”

Spanish sentence with “en” English translation for en S

¿Cómo se dice en español?

How do you say in Spanish?

¿en qué trabajas?

In what do you work?

¿Qué haces en tu tiempo libre?

What do you do in your free time.

La llevé en un taxi.

I took her in a taxi.

Nací en Canadá.

I was born in Canada.

Pienso en tu cara todo el día.

I think in(about) your face all day.

Quiero vivir en tu país.

I want to live in your country.

¿Te ducharías en ese hotel?

Would you shower in that hotel?

¿Me puedo quedar en tu casa?

Can I stay at your house?

¿Me puedo quedar en tu casa?

Can I stay at your house?

Siempre se aburren en clase.

They always get bored in class.

Vamos a sentarnos en la playa.

Let’s sit on the beach.

Ha vivido en Rusia

He has lived in Russia

¿Has trabajado en una farmacia?

Have you worked at a pharmacy?

He competido en concursos

I have competed in contests

Cristian trabajaba en un restaurante.

Cristian used to work at a restaurant.

Teníamos muchas cosas en común

We used to have a lot of things in common

Estuve en el gimnasio por dos horas

I was at the gym for two hours

Tenían ocho años en ese momento

They were eight years old in that moment

El español se habla en más de treinta países

Spanish is spoken in more than thirty countries

¿Hubieras preferido trabajar en las noches?

Would you have preferred to work nights?

Mi mamá hubiera preferido quedarse en casa

My mom would have preferred to stay at home

Quería que cantaramos en el karaoke.

I wanted us to sing at the karaoke.

Prefiero ducharme en la mañana

I prefer to shower in the morning

Te miras en el espejo

You look at yourself in the mirror

Me divertí en la fiesta

I enjoyed myself at the party

Quiero quedarme en España

I want to stay in Spain

Me veo en ti

I see myself in you

Nos quedamos en un hotel

We are staying in a hotel

Viví en Australia por cinco años

I lived in Australia for 5 years

en su granja tienen una vaca que come hierba.

On their farm they have a cow that eats grass.

Estamos en el café

We are in the cafe

¿Eras estudiante en españa?

Were you a student in Spain?

Estoy sentada en el bar

I am sitting at the bar

Estaremos en el restaurante en cinco minutos

We will be in the restaurant in 5 minutes

Ustedes no puden besarse en público

You can not kiss in public.

¿Es en serio, él solo se ducha por las noches?

Is it serious?(seriously) He only showers at night.

¿Tú crees que Andrea esté en su casa?

Do you think Andrea is at her home?

La tengo en mi casa.

I have it in my house.

Quiero tenerlo en mi casa.

I want to have it in my house.

Póntela en la mañana.

Put it on in the morning.

Te ordeno que escribas el correo en español.

I order you to write the mail in Spanish.

en la tierra hay mas plantas que insectos.

In the earth there are more plants than insects.

Te lo prometo con la mano en el corazón.

I promise it to you with the hand on the heart.

Te las daré en la tarde.

I will give them to you in the afternoon.

Entonces quieres a alguien especial en la vida.

Then you want someone special in life.

Yo quería que tú me ayudaras en la fiesta.

I wanted you to help me at the party.

Quiero saber qué hubieras hecho en esa situación.

I want to know what you would have done in that situation.

Fue asombroso que hubieran participado en el show.

It was amazing that they participated in the show.

Prefiero que nos casemos en Inglaterra

I prefer we get married in England

Se lo pueden preparar en su cumpleaños.

They can prepare it on his birthday.

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Normal speech: EHN
IPA: en

8 months ago


En is similar to english “in” but can also mean “at” in certain situations.

9 months ago


It is very similar to “in” which is the translation

2 years ago


Can you die give me a better character

3 months ago

We cand give them. You have to get it yourself

3 months ago

By gag

Abcs zhvvv

2 years ago

Please please please

Please please please

3 months ago


They are en the lake.

a year ago

Pruébalo EN español.

a year ago


Change e to i

7 months ago



14 days ago


En is IN or ON ,AT this point

3 months ago

en info.

Tips to remember the word ‘en’:
– Associate ‘en’ with the English words ‘in’, ‘on’, and ‘at’ as it can take the place of all three depending on the context.
– Think of ‘en’ as a container, anything that can be physically or conceptually inside, on top of, or at a place or time.
– Remember that ‘en’ is used in a variety of expressions and is one of the most common prepositions in Spanish.

– ‘En’ is a preposition in Spanish that indicates location or time and can often be used where English would use ‘in’, ‘on’, or ‘at’.
– It is used to indicate a location: ‘en la casa’ (in the house), a time: ‘en la mañana’ (in the morning), a manner: ‘en silencio’ (in silence), or means: ‘en tren’ (by train).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Dentro de’ can sometimes be used in place of ‘en’ for specific contexts that require indicating ‘inside of’: ‘dentro de la caja’ (inside the box).

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In some Spanish-speaking regions, ‘en’ can be used informally to mean ‘about’ or ‘on the topic of’: ‘en eso’ (about that).
– In certain contexts, ‘en’ can take on the meaning of ‘wearing’: ‘en pantalones cortos’ (in shorts).

Examples of sentences that use ‘en’:
– Vivo en España. (I live in Spain.)
– Nos vemos en la tarde. (See you in the afternoon.)
– El libro está en la mesa. (The book is on the table.)
– El concierto es en julio. (The concert is in July.)
– Llegaré en diez minutos. (I will arrive in ten minutes.)
– Estoy en el tren. (I am on the train.)
– Tengo que trabajar en mi proyecto. (I have to work on my project.)

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