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    in /on

    Your work is well appreciated to complete this Assignment.


    In above sentence what to be used, in or to.

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    Re: in /on

    Quote Originally Posted by Anil Giria View Post
    Your work is well appreciated to complete this Assignment.


    In above sentence what to be used, in or to.
    That sentence would never be written by a native English speaker. It would be phrased as something like "Your work to complete (or "in completing") this Assignment is much appreciated".

    Also, you should rephrase your question to read "What should be used in the sentence above: "in" or "to"?
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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    #3

    Re: in /on

    ... this Assignment ...
    Why does it have an initial cap, please?

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    Re: in /on

    It shouldn't be capitalised.

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