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    punch

    Hi there,

    Should I use 'in' or 'on' in the following sentences?

    1. He punched me (in/on) my face.
    2. He slapped me (in/on) my face.

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    Re: punch

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    hi there,

    should i use 'in' or 'on' in the following sentences?

    1. He punched me (in/on) my face. what we say is...
    'he punched me in the face.' (strange but true)
    'he kicked me in the stomach.'



    2. He slapped me (in/on) my face.
    he slapped my face.
    or
    he slapped me in the face.


    pete
    2006

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