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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    "In the next page" is the act of referring to something that will be brought up on the next page. "On the next page" is the action of describing something that will be brought up on the next page.

    “In the next page” is the act of referring to something that will be brought up on the next page. “On the next page” is the action of describing something that will be brought up on the next page.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The correct phrase is “on social media” and not “in social media”. e.g. She was chatting with him till night on social media.

    The correct phrase is “on social media” and not “in social media”. e.g. She was chatting with him till night on social media.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The correct phrase is “on Telegram” and not “in Telegram”. e.g. She was chatting with him till night on Telegram.

    The correct phrase is “on Telegram” and not “in Telegram”. e.g. She was chatting with him till night on Telegram.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    "Please text me on..." is correct. e.g. Please text me on WhatsApp, Please text me on my number etc. "Please text me at" is incorrect.

    “Please text me on…” is correct. e.g. Please text me on WhatsApp, Please text me on my number etc. “Please text me at” is incorrect.

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    The correct phrase is “Chatting on whatsapp” and not “chatting in whatsapp”. e.g. She was chatting with him till night on WhatsApp.

    The correct phrase is “Chatting on whatsapp” and not “chatting in whatsapp”. e.g. She was chatting with him till night on WhatsApp.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The correct phrase is "On whatsapp" and not "in whatsapp". e.g. I sent you my documents on WhatsApp. Please check my message on WhatsApp. Have you shared your pics on WhatsApp?

    The correct phrase is “On whatsapp” and not “in whatsapp”. e.g.

    • I sent you my documents on WhatsApp.
    • Please check my message on WhatsApp.
    • Have you shared your pics on WhatsApp?
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  1. Both "in the next" and "on the next" are grammatically correct and can be used in daily conversations. However, their use depends upon the scene. e.g. "in the next" implies a more specific time, while the "on the next" implies a more general time. For example, "I will be back in the next two days" iRead more

    Both “in the next” and “on the next” are grammatically correct and can be used in daily conversations. However, their use depends upon the scene.

    e.g. “in the next” implies a more specific time, while the “on the next” implies a more general time. For example, “I will be back in the next two days” implies that you will return on a specific day. “I will be back on the next day” implies that you will return on any day after the day you leave.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Both "Have a great day" or "hope you have a great day" are grammatically correct and can be used in everyday conversations. We can also use these phrases in professional conversations.

    Both “Have a great day” or “hope you have a great day” are grammatically correct and can be used in everyday conversations. We can also use these phrases in professional conversations.

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    "Did you sleep well" refers to what happened last night, while "how was your night" refers to how you feel now. If I ask you if you slept well, I am referring to your last night's sleep. If I ask you how was your night, I am asking about your current state of mind. Did you sleep well? This is a quesRead more

    “Did you sleep well” refers to what happened last night, while “how was your night” refers to how you feel now. If I ask you if you slept well, I am referring to your last night’s sleep. If I ask you how was your night, I am asking about your current state of mind.

    • Did you sleep well? This is a question referring to the previous night.
    • How was your night?This is a question referring to the present.
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