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    in or on?

    what is correct: in this matter or on this matter?
    thank you!!!

    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    Re: in or on?

    Depends on the context.

    There has some exaggeration in this matter of concentration on learning how to dance. [With reference to this matter]

    Do you wish to speak on this matter? [about this matter]

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