Originally Posted by FlashDeb
true.. I knew there were some exceptions
For the bed one, though, if I were just lying down on top of the bed then I would say "I'm lying on the bed" but when I actually get under the covers I'd say "I'm getting in bed"
So, let me recap to see if i got it:
if i'm over something the correct form is on
, ex: i'm seatting on a chair.
if i'm under/inside something the correct one is in
, ex: i'm in my office.
if i'm at some place i should use at
, ex: i left my purse at the park.