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    on vs in

    Why is it that we use the word 'on' in the foll sentence:

    A workshop on Hair & Beauty will be held

    instead of 'in' and in the the next sentence:

    A qualification in Hair & Beauty is available

    we use 'in'... or have I got something wrong here?

    Pls help, thanks


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    Re: on vs in

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Why is it that we use the word 'on' in the following sentence:

    A workshop on "Hair & Beauty" will be held on the subject of / about

    instead of 'in' and in the the next sentence:

    A qualification in "Hair & Beauty" is available You qualify/graduate in a subject.

    we use 'in'... or have I got something wrong here?

    Pls help, thanks
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