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    Lots of people play football in parks or playgrounds just for fun.

    Lots of people play football in parks or playgrounds just for fun.
    (from an English textbook)
    I wonder if a
    on should be placed before playgrounds.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Lots of people play football in parks or playgrounds just for fun.

    No. "in parks or in playgrounds" is correct and the second 'in' is ellipsed out.

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