Which of the following is acceptable?
1.Join the show.
2.Join in the show.
Last edited by betterin; 30-Apr-2007 at 14:05.
"join" is followed by an organization, while "join in " is followed by an activity."The show" is an activity held by some TV company, so it is better to say "join in the show".
Is there something wrong with my explanation?
But sometimes I do see "join the show" in newspapers.
Can you give me an detailed example?
Hello Betterin, I can notice that you have experience with this topic. Would it be possible if you could help me with the difference between "in" and "on"?