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    join someone in or join someone on

    I would like to know when I have to use 'join someone in' and 'join someone on'. For instance:

    e.g. Mike joined Maria on the show/in the show.

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    Re: join someone in or join someone on

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    I would like to know when I have to use 'join someone in' and 'join someone on'. For instance:

    e.g. Mike joined Maria on the show/in the show.
    If Mike and Maria are both performers, then you can use 'om' or 'in'. If they are watching the show, then it's 'at'.

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    Re: join someone in or join someone on

    Thank you.

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