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TheShadow

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Hi,

Do you say:

I have a sore in / on / at the corner of my mouth

i have seen most people use 'in' and 'at' shouldn't it be on the corner because its on something?

Thanks
 
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bhaisahab

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Hi,

Do you say:

I have a sore in / on / at the corner of my mouth

i have seen most people use 'in' and 'at' shouldn't it be on the corner because its on something?

Thanks

It depends whether it is inside or outside your mouth.
 
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