Poll: It is against the law to smoke ____ these premises.

It is against the law to smoke ____ these premises.

in
on
Either could be used

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  • Added: August 2007

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Kimmikoto

It's both because it can be inside or a building or outside. WordPerfect even agrees with me.

Brunilde

In my opinion in (meaning inside) in italian you can transalate with CON, but THE FOCUS are "these premises". Of course most of the people choosed ON, but I'm a smoker, not heavy smoker, but I LIKE TO SMOKE and seeing the PRICES, I'd better use the preposition IN, Anyway, seeing that, for sure, it's a matter of MEDIA, Is Correct ON preposition.

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