Here's some prepositions that a lot of people from Bangladesh (and probably other places too) get wrong:

- In a section (not on a section)

- In the environment (not on the environment).

- I've installed the piece of software on my computer (in my computer would mean you've opened up the computer box and installed the software next to one of your hard drives!).

- On a (home) page (not in a (home) page)

He is on support this week (not in support).

- Digging it means that you like something, whereas digging into it means that you're investigating the issue further.

- Remember that it's called at that level (not in that level).

- You have experience with something (not experince on something)

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