Questions tagged with in

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what's the difference between ''been TO'' and ''been IN'' ?
If someone says: 'Have you ever been to the UK?'. Is it more likely the person is from the UK ...
verb Been to in grammar 0 votes, edited 1 day ago by Lily
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in/on the street
Is it correct to say kids are playing football IN the street or ON the street? N the street or ...
in on 0 votes, asked Jul 26 by blal
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Using correct preposition
Which one of the following sentences is correct? 1. I have been in Greece several times. 2. I have been ...
Prepositions in to have Been 0 votes, asked Jul 18 by Eugenia Kosutzka
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in recent years
How can I use "in recent years" in past perfect or past perfect progressive? Could you please provide some examples ...
in recent years 0 votes, asked Jun 12 by Emma
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How do I say this with proper grammar and explain to an ESL student?
Please help, I am trying to explain to an ESL student why this sentence needs to be revised, "I have ...
ESL have in 0 votes, asked Jun 10 by Judy
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Which sentence is gramatically correct (British English)?
Hi, I have a dilemma. "We are supposed to go to the mountains" "We are supposed to go in the ...
Prepositions british to in mountains 0 votes, asked May 02 by liz_kordulova
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at vs. in
is it "information available in the goverment portal" or is it "information available at the governement portal"?
in 0 votes, asked Feb 12 by farwin
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Proper context
In view of or in light of her vacation ,I will be absorbing her responsibilities. Which one is grammatically correct? ...
in view of in Light +1 vote, asked Dec 22 '15 by simonsayid
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Correction story
Grammar and usage, spelling and punctuation word choice, pronunciation and dialects problem related to learning english as a foregin language ...
important TIME in My life 0 votes, asked Nov 21 '15 by Qamar
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MFA in apposition
May I use MFA as an abbreviation of "Master of Fine Arts" in apposition to the holder of the degree? ...
MFA in apposition 0 votes, asked Oct 13 '15 by Roger Putzel rputzel@gmail.com
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use of in on of
What is the correct way of writing below. Trainer of Sales Skills? Trainer in Sales Skills? Trainer on Sales Skills?
use of in on 0 votes, asked Jul 10 '15 by Ranawaka
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Preposition - ON, IN, AT
1. The children are playing on/in/at the playground. Which is the best one to use ? Are they all correct ...
playground preposition in on at +1 vote, asked Jun 27 '15 by evelyn lim
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proper use of a preposition
Which one of these sentences is correct? "It is shown in the drawings" or "It is shown on the drawings"
in 0 votes, asked May 12 '15 by Rodrigo Rodriguez
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The difference between "At work"&"In work"
hi guys,I was asked to say the difference between at work and in work for my class in the institute.The ...
in at Difference 0 votes, asked Apr 09 '15 by Reza_irani
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In pursuit of vs. In the pursuit of
Is it grammatically correct to say... Each week is an experience in the pursuit of the straberries. OR Each week ...
pursuit in vs the 0 votes, asked Oct 17 '14 by G
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I'd like to know whether it is appropriate to use "in to" or "into"...
I have a sentence I'm writing where I describe making a turn, as I run, into an empty alleyway. Here ...
into in to grammar help 0 votes, asked Jun 26 '14 by Joshua Neumann
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Using commas around "in fact"
I was provided a newsletter with this sentence, "Birds and rodents, in fact all insects are attracted to areas where ...
comma in fact grammar Usage 0 votes, asked Jun 24 '14 by Nicole Drach
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Comfortable "with" or "in"?
Hi, I recently said something like, "He should be comfortable enough in his masculinity to wear pink". OOPS!! Did I ...
masculinity comfortable with grammar in 0 votes, asked Mar 02 '14 by vidhya
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TO or IN?
Free ticket TO or IN the museum?
to in 0 votes, asked Jan 17 '14 by olga
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In or on
If you have any real life qualifications or training, that would be good to put on your application.Or If you ...
in on 0 votes, asked Dec 26 '13 by Kenneth
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Confusion around in and on again
Are you supposed to say "I'm in Tenerife" or "I'm on Tenerife"? Someone told me that it should be "I'm ...
in on 0 votes, asked May 23 '13 by Mario Fonseca
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In behalf vs. On behalf
Hi there! I've always been confused with these two (in behalf and on behalf). If I'm trying to say that ...
in behalf on 0 votes, asked Apr 09 '13 by Hannah Faith
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in or on
I know which way I prefer, but I would like to know if one way is the correct way or ...
in on +1 vote, asked Jul 03 '12 by JK
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