The Russian word "at" is as simple as the letter v. I am at the store. It is, "I am v the store". This is also the same symbol for the word in. Russian is goofy like that, if you think about it, it does actually make sense even in a literal translation; I am in the store, so this would also be the same as 'I am v the store". The pronunciation for this is, you guessed it - V or Ve or Va.
I am va the store - I am at the store - I am va the store - I am in the store - I am va the store - I am in the store
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