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1. He is sitting in an armchair [which has armrests].
2. He is sitting on an armchair [which has armrests].
[Can we use both 'in' and 'on' in the sentences?]

3. She is sitting on a stool.
4. She is sitting in a stool.
[Can we use 'in' in this sentence? We use 'on' here, right?]

asked by rfvv
  1. 1. yes
    2. not normally, unless he's sitting on an armrest
    3. yes
    4. not unless she's inside the wood that makes up the stool!

    posted by Writeacher

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