Confused between the use of "at", "with" or "using" in this case.

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ahenus 11280
both of them are correct but i'd suggest using the first one. instead of AT you can also use ON before 'the zebra crossing'.

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I agrée. The ami of the phrase is on the crossing, not the user.  "Using the zebra crossing" is grammatically correct, but is a weak statement compared to the more emphatic "at the zebra crossing."

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