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    Martina Durisova is offline Newbie
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    Question Is study on universuty correct?

    Hello!
    I learnt that we have to use study at /in university. Is there any option (case ) where I use study on, or it is always wrong. I found it on the Internet many times.
    I also want to ask for help. I need to write the description of my dream house.
    The sentense is- "After entering my flat would be a small hall." Is the sentence correct? Or I should use "there" in front of would?
    Thank you for the help.
    Martina

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    Default Re: Is study on universuty correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Martina Durisova View Post
    Hello!
    I learnt that we have to use study at /in university. Is there any option (case ) where I use study on, or it is always wrong? I found it on the Internet many times.
    No.
    We don't study "on university". We might say "I'm on a university course at the moment". Don't believe everything you read on the internet.

    I also want to ask for help. I need to write the description of my dream house.
    The sentence is- "After entering my flat would be a small hall." Is the sentence correct? Or I should use "there" in front of would?
    This is totally unconnected to your first question and it will become very confusing to have two questions in one post. Please open a new thread for this question.
    Thank you for the help.
    Martina

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