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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105708: Prepositions: In or On
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    Prepositions: In or On

    Generally the preposition in is related with space or volume, and on is related to surface and electronic devices such as computer, internet and telephone.

    Some examples:

    I read the news in the newspaper.

    They saw the photos in the magazine

    They are friends on Facebook.

    She is talking on the phone. 

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    1. He's studying English the internet.
    2. John has known about her death the newspaper.
    3. The young ones like listening to music their devices.
    4. Our favourite song has just been played the radio.
    5. He wants to buy the car he saw the magazine.
    6. She doesn't like talking with people online, but she loves talking the phone.
    7. Have you seen what the professor wrote his article?
    8. We don't buy anymore books, now we read them our tablets.
    9. Emma likes watching English tips YouTube.
    10. His photos are the internet.

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