English Grammar: On Page
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Hi, I’m Joel and I’m an English teacher from the United States. Today I want to give you a quick lesson. It’s really easy.
When you’re talking about pages in a book, make sure that you say, “on page,” not “in page.” For example, I might ask you, “What page is the chapter on?” And then you could reply, “It’s on page 30.” Or I may ask you, “What page are you on?” And then you could say, “I’m on page 50.”
So, remember, next time you need to talk about pages in a book. You say “on page,” not “in page.”
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