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I came across this sentence on an English exam paper,
'write a letter to your friend to tell him/her on what you did during your stay at Indah island.'
what i know is that preposition 'on' is always goes together with islands. Could 'at' be acceptable? If yes, why?
thanks a bunch.
Last edited by sebayanpendam; 03-Mar-2010 at 12:19.
Thanks for your response. I thought 'at' was possible because the one who set the question was a group of senior English teachers. And thanks for enlightening me about 'on'. Could please explain about why 'on' cannot be interchangeably used as 'about'? All this while, i was misled that 'on' was a synonym of 'about'.