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    on level 15, in level 15

    I'm writing a comic,
    the guy works in the 15th level of the tower,
    I first introduced my character who works in a business tower and I'm introducing my other character
    it goes like this
    "In the same tower, (in/on) level 15, works Fawaz
    does the sentence in general sound fine and should I use in or on ?

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    #2

    Re: on level 15, in level 15

    "On," for both of your uses.

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    #3

    Re: on level 15, in level 15

    "Fawaz works on level 15 of (OR "in") the same tower.

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    #4

    Re: on level 15, in level 15

    what about at the same tower? Still works?

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    #5

    Re: on level 15, in level 15

    Quote Originally Posted by Maria311 View Post
    I'm writing a comic.
    ​The guy works in on the 15th level/floor of the tower.
    I first previously introduced my character who works in a business tower and now I'm introducing my other character. It goes like this:

    "In the same tower, (in/on) level 15, works Fawaz."

    Does the sentence in general sound fine and should I use "in" or "on"?
    "On level 15" or "on the fifteenth floor" etc. Please see the other amendments I have made to your post. Concentrate on your written English, especially your use of capitalisation.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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