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    #1

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    Hi there,

    Which one is correct?

    I am (in/on) the school football team.

    Thanks
    pete


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    Re: team

    In British English it would usually be 'in". I have a feeling Americans use 'on'.

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    Smile Re: team

    Quote Originally Posted by Horsa View Post
    In British English it would usually be 'in". I have a feeling Americans use 'on'.
    I've got the same feeling about that.


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    #4

    Re: team

    I also agree.
    Though in Britain both are in very common usage.

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