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- “In a list” vs. “on a list” 2 answers
Do you use "in this list" and "on this list" in the following way?
a) In this list, when talking indirectly about the contents of the list.
- Have you participated in this list? (Not this one)
This one: - I do not see any problem in this list.
b) On this list, when talking directly about the contents of the list.
- The individuals on this list are from this town.