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    on a plant or in a plant?

    Angelica, thank you! There is another confusion: - in our plant or on our plant (reffering to a factory)?

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    Re: on a plant or in a plant?

    "On our plant" would mean on the roof.
    "In a plant" would be correct; "at a plant" is also correct.
    In Canadian English, we'd more likely say "factory" instead of "plant."

    regards
    baqarah

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