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    Hi again

    I've noticed that both prepositions "in" and "on" are used with "video". E.g. "Further instructions are given in/on the video."

    Is one American English and the other British English or is there another difference?

    Cheers from Switzerland

    Nico

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    Default Re: in/on the video?

    Quote Originally Posted by nico View Post
    Hi again

    I've noticed that both prepositions "in" and "on" are used with "video". E.g. "Further instructions are given in/on the video."

    Is one American English and the other British English or is there another difference?

    Cheers from Switzerland

    Nico
    Both in the video and on the video are used interchangeably.

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