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    in or on

    hello teachers,

    Would you say 'who is in the photo' or ' who's on the photo'?

    thanks

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    Re: in or on

    in

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    Re: in or on

    'in' for me too.

    I'm not a teacher.

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    Exclamation Re: in or on

    I think both can be used.

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    Re: in or on

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello teachers,

    Would you say 'who is in the photo' or ' who's on the photo'?

    thanks
    in. No-one says "on the photo"

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    Re: in or on

    I think 'in' is the correct preposition to use.
    By the way Raymott, is 'No-one' correct?Shouldn't it be 'No one'?

    Cheers.

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    Re: in or on

    Quote Originally Posted by Kazuki View Post
    I think 'in' is the correct preposition to use.
    By the way Raymott, is 'No-one' correct?Shouldn't it be 'No one'?

    Cheers.
    Yes "no one" is correct. That's an idiosyncrasy of mine that I should remedy.

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