I'm convinced the qwerty keyboard layout and the internet will eventually make "on" and "in" interchangeable or completely supplanting one.

It's already not a huge difference in meaning or pronounciation and people constantly typo it.

Just wondering how you pronounce "on" and "in".

And to add a fun little language fact, Chinese has a single preposition 在 (zài), that can mean "at, in" or "on".

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