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    #1

    to have an exam

    Hello,

    Would you please help me with the following sentence?

    "I have to read this book because I will have an exam in it next week."

    Does the sentence make sense? Is the preposition "in" correctly used?

    Thanks for your help

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    #2

    Re: to have an exam

    The exam is based on the book.
    I will have an exam on the book.

    not a teacher

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    #3

    Re: to have an exam

    However, we say:

    I am going to have an exam in French.

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