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    Cool in/on his neck

    Hello,

    Which is correct here "in" or "on", please?

    "He has a long scar in/on his neck".

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    Will

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello,

    Which is correct here "in" or "on", please?

    "He has a long scar in/on his neck".

    Cheers
    Will
    "on"

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    Default Re: in/on his neck

    I would be very concerned if I had a scar in my neck. That suggests that it is under the skin.
    Last edited by 5jj; 06-Feb-2013 at 11:02.
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