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    Cool In or On a ship?

    Hello amigos!

    I used to work on/in a ship when I was younger. ( I was the shipīs cook, it means that I didnīt work on the deck)

    In this case, what preposition must I use?

    Thanks a lot,

    Sam

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    Re: In or On a ship?

    • I worked on a ship, in the kitchen. I was a cook.

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