'in' the mirror or 'on' the mirror ?

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Answer #1 | 17/12 2013 07:17
I don't know what you're asking. All of those make sense; it just depends in what context you use them.
Answer #2 | 17/12 2013 07:17
In the mirror, practice, advice.
Answer #3 | 17/12 2013 07:22
context or context? context
Answer #4 | 17/12 2013 08:15
1) "In the mirror" is usually correct as the image is on the back surface of the mirror. You would only use "on the mirror" if you are talking about something stuck to the surface of the mirror, like dirt or a post-it-note. "I saw myself in the mirror." "Could you clean the water spots that are on the mirror?" 2) "Practice" always in American English. In other English practice is the noun, and practise is the verb. "The doctor practises at a private practice, not at the government hospital. 3) "Advice" usually. Advice is a noun. Giving advice, receiving advice, asking for specific advise. "Advise" sometimes. Advise is a verb. "Could you advise me on how I should make changes in my life to be a better student?" Edited to correct "practise" for non American English
Answer #5 | 17/12 2013 21:20
I saw my reflection In The Mirror. I Practice the piano every day. I need Advice about which movie to see. I Advise students who need counseling.

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