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    join in / on a site

    Which is the correct preposition: join on a site or join in a site?

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    Re: join in / on a site

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Which is the correct preposition: join on a site or join in a site?
    Neither. We usually simply "join a site". Once you are a member, then you join in with activities or conversations etc on the site.

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