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What is the difference between "to study in it" and "to study on it"?
28 lut 2011 21:49
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No difference, because they're both wrong! You want to say, "to study it" or "to study about it." You can only say "in" if you're talking about, for example, a library ("She studied for two hours in the library"). You can "study at" a particular school, university, etc. ("He studied history at Harvard"). And you can "study with" a friend!
28 lutego 2011
I wouldn't mind hearing them said though a bit odd, they are. "Study on it" sounds like "I study on (meaning "about") this subject", after all, study could be intransitive. This is why I would say Jura doesn't really study on grammar and as a result she doesn't know what "grammatically" means.
1 marca 2011
Muchas gracias!
1 marca 2011
Both are grammatically incorrect.
1 marca 2011
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