In or On?
Exemple : ‘’The biscuits are in the tin.’’
The prepositions “in” and “on” are often mixed up. The word “in” is used to express that something is either inside or forms a part of something else.
Exemple : ‘’The fruit bowl is on the table.’’
The preposition “on” is used to express that something is placed above something whilst still touching it; thus that it is “connected” to it in some way.