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    #1

    In or On ?

    Can you tell me if this sentence is correct?

    " I have to stick it in my mind"

    I mainly refer to the preposition "in"

    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: In or On ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ratóncolorao View Post
    Can you tell me if this sentence is correct?

    " I have to stick it in my mind"

    I mainly refer to the preposition "in"

    Thank you
    ********** NOT A TEACHER **********

    Hello, Ratoncolorao.

    (1) Two people are talking:

    "I need a tutor to help my children with their French. Really? My sister

    spent 10 years in France and speaks fluent French. She would be

    a great tutor for your kids. Thank you for letting me know. I will

    definitely KEEP HER IN MIND." = remember that she is available.

    (2) "Are you studying English? No, I'm not. I just want to speak my

    native language. Listen, my friend, in today's world it is really

    important to know English if you want to be successful in global

    business. I suggest that you start learning English. Thanks for the

    advice. I will definitely KEEP IT IN MIND. " = remember your advice.

    Thank you

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