Could you please tell me which one of the following sentences is correct? I'm interested in understanding when it's best to use either 'in' or 'inside'.

The cinema is very cold.
In the cinema is very cold.
Inside the cinema, it's very cold.

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The first one is fine. The second sentence is not a complete sentence because it is missing a subject. As for the last one, I think you should go with It's very cold inside the cinema.. As for the meaning, it is more specific but overall mean the same as the first sentence.

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