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    "Do you want to play games in my phone/PC?" OR "Do you want to play games on my phon

    My dear and respected teachers,

    1: "What's the English for...?" OR "What's the English of...?"
    2: "I always use Yahoo! in my phone." OR "I always use Yahoo! on my phone." Which one is correct?
    3: "Do you want to play games in my phone/PC?" OR "Do you want to play games on my phone/PC?"
    4: "Today he went to get my child admission to school." correct?

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    Re: "Do you want to play games in my phone/PC?" OR "Do you want to play games on my p

    Hi twilit1988


    • What's English for ... ?
    • I always use Yahoo! on my phone.
    • Do you want to play games on my phone/PC?
    • He took my child to school, today, to register.

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