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He spoke into the microphone.
He spoke at the microphone.
He spoke on the micrphone.
He spoke through the microphone.

(Which preposition do I have to use? Are they all correct?)

  • English -

    It depends on the situation, but the first one makes sense.

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    the first one makes the most sense

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    Angie and jojo are correct.

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