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    #1

    in the street x on the street

    hello,

    what is the correct form?

    the english spoken in the streets...

    or

    the english spoken on the streets...

    ?

    thanks

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    Re: in the street x on the street

    'the English spoken on the streets' is the correct term as you would use 'in' to refer to an object with a hollow mass.

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    Re: in the street x on the street

    Quote Originally Posted by yara84 View Post
    'the English spoken on the streets' is the correct term as you would use 'in' to refer to an object with a hollow mass.

    thank u very much!

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