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This is not my homework.
Which of the following is correct and if both are correct ,do they have same meaning?
1:- He is the best player in the team.
2:- He is the best player of the team.
Last edited by Sahil Dhankhar; 12-May-2015 at 20:39.
I have no problem with "in".
Yes. '...in the team' is fine in BE.
Hmm, always interesting to hear and compare differences in the different English variants. I'll gladly amend my original comment to 'in the team' is completely unacceptable in AmE only, then.
They're all fine and mean the same thing. None will make anyone faint. But I agree with Skrej that in the U.S. on is the most natural.
I'm not a teacher. I speak American English. I've tutored writing at the University of Southern Maine and have done a good deal of copy editing and writing, occasionally for publication.