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    confusion in preposition

    Dear Teacher!
    I am confused about preposition `in' and `on'. Which preposition should be used in the following sentence:

    Learn English with us in My English Club.

    OR

    Learn English with us on My English Club.

    Early reply will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks & regards,

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    Re: confusion in preposition

    Welcome to the forum, Surekha.

    I'd use 'at'.

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    Re: confusion in preposition

    Doesn't it depend on exactly what "My English Club" is? If it's a TV channel or website, I'd use "on." If just a group of people who meet together, "in" or "at."

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    Re: confusion in preposition

    Or just "Learn English with My English Club".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: confusion in preposition

    All of which goes to show, yet again, that we need real context before we can give a definitive answer.

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