On probation means you're 'actually undergoing probation' - continuous, right?
This example is given by the Cambridge dictionaries online:
He served a year in prison and was then let out on probation.
It means the probation is finished here?
So, on probation can mean
1) during probation
2) probation completed?
Last edited by HanibalII; 30-Oct-2012 at 06:17.
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