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    Much apologies for wanting help again, teachers!Please help!

    Is the answer itself correct?

    Q: Which one is your sister?

    A: She is the one with a flower on the head.

    Is it correct to write, a flower "on the head"?
    Does it make sense or do we use "in" instead of "on"?

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    It should be on the head, as, "He hit the nail on the head." However, I would say, "She wore the flower on her head."

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    Once again, thanks for the advise, teacher Ronbee! ^o^

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    You're welcome once again. :D

    Hey, you made it to 100 posts.

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