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    How to use in & on

    Sometime I'm confusing to use IN & ON, for example:

    He is on a call, he is in a meeting. talking in to person or talking on to a person.

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    Re: How to use in & on

    Quote Originally Posted by leeds View Post
    Sometime I'm confused when to use IN & ON, for example:

    He is on a call, he is in a meeting. These are both fine. Talking in to a person or talking on to a person. Neither "in" nor "on" is necessary in these two examples.

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    Re: How to use in & on

    Thank you for the reply, can you explain how to use these two words, what are the conditions?

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