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    #1

    have a look in the timetable

    Hi there,

    Do you say in the timetable or on the timetable?
    Thank you

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    Smile Re: have a look in the timetable

    Hi - use 'On'

    SB


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    #3

    Re: have a look in the timetable

    I would use "Have at look at the timetable".

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