Every seat on the plane has a fold down table in/on the back of the seat.
I would go with 'on' because it is on the back of the seat but I have seen 'in' used a lot.
Can someone explain me why on might be 'wrong' and 'in' right?
I got confused since i have seen people use all three of them in the following context:
"Can you close the zip AT the back of my dress"
"Can you close the zip IN the back of my dress"
"Can you close the zip ON the back of my dress"
Which one is correct? and why? I am confused which one...
Are there any exceptions when it comes to many and much?
For example: the strength of the bomb depends on how MUCH explosives it contains. Many does not make sense here?
Also with how much calories does chicken contain?