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on the list i fink
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on the list correct
The correct one is on the list not in the list
'On the list' is correct#Cergai
On the list
It's on the list
On the list, my dear.
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common its ON ...SMH
depending on the context with which you are using it noun or verb
ON the list
Linda! English Major! both are correct.Its based on the context each is been used.
Hian. On the list. 'In the list' is poor grammar.
On the list - definitely! In the list is Naija Speak! Sad that u are here and i have not bumped into u.
For crying out loud, its ON THE LIST
Lin Lin its IN THE LIST
On the list is the correct thing.
ON THE LIST
On the list.
ON the list is correct not IN the list. It may not make sense to some, but even the English agree that their language is confusing sometimes.
On the list is more appropriate,but in the list is still not out of place depending on what situation its used for. My opinion sha,as I await d response of other Lib readers.~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310.
Google it Linda. English 101 is not entertainment.
ON the list.....
ON the list!
My name is on the list sounds grammatical correct and better than my name is in the list,just my harmless opinion
Useless assignment without prize or reward? Pass d mic biko.
I think obn the list is the correct one.
Is on the list.
Linda i beg i no go morni school na eveni own i go and na borrowed course i take eng 101 do. who no d answer now?
"ON" is d correct ansa
The correct answer is on the list. frank
on....my first comment... i actually think u are fantastic.
I think it depends on the context..citypulseng.blogspot.com
Lool! Eng is nt my papa lingua...it's ON the list.
on ofcourse. would love to expartiate, dont wanna write long note here. edutainment is my work
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They are both correct. It depends †нє context in which Ў☺ΰ are using it
On the list of cos!!
on the list
ON THE LIST IS THE CORRECT ONE.SHARPLY POST COMMENT
On the list mennn
'on the list' is d right expression
its ON the list.
Shebi u dey England ni, where english is their mother tongue, ask the person standing nxt to you nw!
ON the LIST
on the list....honeylife nokia e51
ON the list.
'on the list' is correct....
'On the list' is corrrect....
ON THE LIST. e.g. My name is on the list for that show.
in the list...from shone
Both could be correct, But On the list sounds better to me. The use of prepositions in English is a bit complicated I guess. Check this out: for a direct comparison or this: for more info on 'IN' and 'ON' usage
what iN the list.....on is wen u place sumfin on The list......well...i mite choose both sha......whyte say so
On is correct.
ON... I know U're suppose to be a blogger but that's no excuse for this rubbish
On the list.....*#iThink
ON the list babes.Examples am i ON the list?is he ON the list?I am ON the listMy name is ON this list or ON the list.
On the list is the correct phrase. List does not have inside and outside but may be front and back. We write on the paper (list) not in the paper. It can be on page so so so... in ABC book
on the list! duhh!
on the list is the correct one
In d list I think
On the list is correct
Olodo. Its on the list
It is ON the list , so we are dealing with preposition today abi ? Better , mek we improve our oyinbo . Linda congratulations on your recognition oo,
simple, your name can only be on a list not in it. Naz
On the list...
On the list is the correct answer. Even if On and In are both Preposition both indicating location. But in this case "On the list" is the right answer
I think its on the list
Is this a question? Its ON THE LIST ooooo. How can it be in the list?
Obviously its on d list.
"ON" is correct..
Which is correct: include me IN the list or include me ON the list?
Depending on the context in which they are used, both would be correct. For example; 1. "He is No. 1 on the list of most eligible bachelors in town". 2. "Is your name in the list of invited guests"?.
Both are correct depending on the context. E.g, your number was included in the list. For On, your number is on the list.
It's "On d list" darling! I dnt knw plenty grammar bt I knw dis one. Linda dear, so watz d prize 4 dose of us dat answered correctly *winks*
On the list... Lolz
on the list , lindakeccy
It depends on the context you are using both because its a preposition and can be used interchangeably. Although I've heard people say "in the list", I would go with "on" the list. For example, I would make a list "on" a sheet of paper and not in a sheet of paper. When your place something on a surface it's "on" the surface and not "in" the surface; (pen on the table, bag on the bed, shoe on the floor....etc), but something with an opening has to be placed inside the opening not on the opening; (water in the refrigerator, books in a box, money in your handbag....etc).
Ha Linda ibiakwa! List get inside? It is "on the list" jor!
Linda Linda you don go London abi u com come back with this one agbaya clap for urself English no be our language i suggest make u ask patience Jonathan this question. but make i answer you the answer is on the list
On the list. Prepositions indicate placement. i.e On the chair and not in the chair.
Its ON the list,not IN the List.
On the list is the correct one please.. Like, My name is on the list
ON the list. Please Linda, don't be embarassing girls like this! A whole Forbes Babes!
in my humble opinion, i think a person or a thing is ON a list.
On d list is d correct ans..
Dis 1 na insult oh "on Τ̲̅ђe list" find harder 1
I would say "on the list". But sometimes u can use "in". Eg "was it included in the list?". VALERIE.
On the list dear. coz u r writing on it not inside it. Aisha
The answer is in the list
On the list is the correct answer
ON the list, No explanations dou!
i think On the list is correct
On the list is d correct 1
Guess that shud depend on the sentence
on ur list
on the list not in the list
it is on the list
its 'ON' all the way....nt sure if am correct sha...........we follow back...@iAmhairs on twitter
On the list is the correct one
It's 'ON' the list!
On sounds more correct
lol it's on oo
On the list of course!
On ƮЂξ list.
Both are correct, to me, depending on the context
all correct jare
both are correct depending on usagemy name is on the listis your name included in the list of those attending the game?
On the list. Linda you are an olodo.
both are right depends on context
On d list is d correct one!
THE CORRECT ANSWER IS IN, ON IS ONTOP, IN IS INSIDE
on the list is right!
on the list is correct!
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Both are correct depending on the usage. ''ON THE LIST" IN YHE LIST"
in the list
ON the list it is!
On the list' is correct
It's ON the list dearie
Of course is on the list
Linda it's *on the list* that's correct. Post my coment oo
Common linda, that easy na. ON! Naija/Maulag english is shaping you into a poor communicator dear.
Definitely on the list Linda
'You are ON the list' or 'You are included in the list'both work honey xXx
On the list....
" On the list! "......British English.
olodo it is on the list now.
Linda, you be olodo o! On the list is the correct statement.
I think it depends on †̥ђε̲̣̣̣̥ context in which it is used, but its safer to use "on".
On d list
America says on...buh i know in naija most of us say in, d right one is definetly on
On the list.....
depends on the sentence structer
I'll phone a Friend
"On the list" Dahling *rolling eyes*
To my own understanding. When u say in the list is correct,depending how u speak it. Example, I will include ur name in the list . Or, some also say,my name was on the list. But ur name can be on a shirt. So I will say they r both correct. Just use each at d appropriate time. Juicy...
its 'ON' the list o
Always 'in' the list.
Oh dear, Its ON the list...
On the list ofcourse.
On the List...
dey're both rigth ; for diff context though... 4 further details,check mobile dictionary.
Dey're both right but for diff contexts tho. 4 more details, check ur mobile dictionary
on the list...fro berry
on the list..from berry
I will use 50-50
they re both correct, it depends on the context its used..:D
Under no circumstances or context will you say "in my list." If you say that, you need to go back to nursery school please.
"ON" dear.....sounds more appropriate
I agree that "on a list" is what I would generally expect people to use.And, what if it's not written on a piece of paper? Let's say, in a file of a computer system or database?And, does this imply that British speakers use "in" with "list" and not "on"?Here more examples:1. There were some surprising inclusions in the list.2. Your name comes after mine in the list.3. To her dismay, her name was not on the list.4. It did not figure high on her list of priorities.I would also agree that "in the list" is possible in sentence 2. However, the use of "on" in a sentence like number 2 would not be at all unusual.I imagine that if you wanted to add someone or something to a list in a certain place, and you used a verb such as "insert", then "in" (or "into") would probably be a more likely choice than "on".In addition, I think the use of "in" is a bit dependent on how exactly the speaker is looking at a list. If the speaker is referring to one item among (i.e. "inside of" / "surrounded by" / "embedded in") many, there again the use of "in" might be more likely.I suspect there is a slight usage difference between BE and AmE as regards the usage of "in/on a list", but my guess would be that it is not a huge difference.REPLY
Nwa teacher,tnk u ooo,u hav taught so many tins,personally I wud go 4 on d list,moreover on d list nd in d list are used for different contexts.
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