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Grammar tag

On vs. Onto

Have you ever been confused about which of the prepositions 'on' and 'onto' you should use? Learn more in this lesson.

 

On vs. Upon

'On' and 'upon' are said to be equivalents and can be interchanged. In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them.

 

On vs. Over

Have you ever wondered where to use 'on' and where to use 'over?' In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them.

 

On, In, or At The Beach

You enjoyed some time near the sea and the beach, and now you are uncertain if it is 'on the beach,' 'in the beach,' or 'at the beach?'

 

On or At The Weekend

The final days of every week that are off days are called the weekend. But how do we refer to it? Is it 'on the weekend' or 'at the weekend?'

 

On or In The Train

Are you confused if you are 'on the train' or 'in the train'? Check out this lesson to learn which one you should use?

 

On or In The Picture

Have you ever wondered how to talk about the contents of a photo? In this lesson, we will learn how to say it.

 

On or In Month

Do you want to refer to a specific date? Is it 'in month' or 'on month'? In this lesson, we will learn which is correct.

 

On or In The Internet

Internet is an inseparable part of our lives, and we always refer to its data. But how can we talk about them? Do we use 'in the internet' or 'on the internet'?

 

On or In Vacation

Have you spent your free time well? But how can you refer to it? Is it 'on' or 'in vacation'? Find out in this lesson!

 

At or On Date

Have you ever wanted to talk about an appointment but were not sure hw to address it? In this lesson, we will learn if it is at or on a date.

 

At or On The Level

When we want to compare two objects we can use 'level' but how do we say it? In this lesson, we will learn if it is 'on the level' or 'at the level.'

 

For or On

When we are talking about certain times, which preposition of time can we use? In this lesson, we will learn when to use 'for' and 'on.'

 

By or On

'By' and 'on' may confuse the learners when it comes to referring to time. In this lesson, we will learn their differences and find out when to use them.

 
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