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Difference between "over" and "on" Hi all, The question is: "All the employees at SEI Corporation are invited to the meeting _____ the new internal communications system that the company is about to bring in." A: at B: with C: over D: on The answer from book is "on" and I agree with it. However, when I check Oxford: At the meaning no. 12, it says that "over" can also mean "about something". So I wonder if we can use "over" in this sentence. Is there any difference between "on" and "over" in this case? Thanks all.
Jan 28, 2016 11:58 AM
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It depends on the verb. E.g. They were quarreling over how to get the job done.
January 28, 2016
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