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    In or on that website

    Do you say:

    1. There are interesting stuff (in, on, at) that website.

    2. I will (take, take on) your suggestion. When do you use take on? I am taking on a challenge?

    Thanks.

    BMO

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    I would say there is interesting stuff on that website.

    I would take a suggestion or take on a challenge.

    :)

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    Re: In or on that website

    Quote Originally Posted by bmo
    Do you say:

    1. There are interesting stuff (in, on, at) that website.

    2. I will (take, take on) your suggestion. When do you use take on? I am taking on a challenge?

    Thanks.

    BMO
    What Ron said. :wink:

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    I#ve heard people say 'at the URL'.

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