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I think that “à” and “en” both mean “in” in English, right?

But, what is the difference between their usage? I mean, when do we use each?

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    No, à and en do not necessarily mean "in". This kind of information can be found very easly on the web. For instance here or here etc... – Laure Jun 7 '14 at 17:45

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