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    Maria Villanueva is offline Newbie
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    When is the right way to use in or on? For example: on or in his absence you will be the acting manager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maria Villanueva View Post
    When is the right way to use in or on? For example: on or in his absence you will be the acting manager.
    NOT A TEACHER.

    I would write "during his absence," but I think "in his absence" is also ok.

    "During his absence you will act as the manager."

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