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    #1

    Smile IN or ON

    is the preposition IN used below correct??


    PLEASE SIGN / CHOP WITH RECEIVED DATE IN BELOW LINE.

    Thanks a bunch

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    #2

    Re: IN or ON

    You sign ON a line, but what is "chop"?


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    Smile Re: IN or ON

    Thanks Barb_D. Chop in HK is used to describe a stamp. you know what I mean? Red, blue or black ink pad and a stamp then you chop the stamp into paper and date will be there>> Any better words? thank you.

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    Re: IN or ON

    Hi Arthemisme,
    Because this isn't a concept I'm familiar with, I can't give you any better words. But if "chop" is familiar as a noun and verb in your business environment, that's what you should use.

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