6 years ago
#1
hey guys:)

I have a question do we only say at a basketball/football/baseball match or can we say on, too?

Thanks in advance!!:)
6 years ago
#2
hey guys:)

I have a question do we only say at a basketball/football/baseball match or can we say on, too?

Thanks in advance!!:)
6 years ago
#3
ktr ktr
reply to sylvviaa's post #2
We are at a match
we go to a match
we are never on a match
6 years ago
#4
reply to ktr's post #3
Hey guys, could you tell me what the difference between 'on a match' and 'at a match'? And how could we identify them when we use them? Thank you very much.
6 years ago
#5
reply to Baohua's post #4
But we can say There is a match on. Meaning a match will take place.
I can't go to Bill's party on Saturday because there is a match on.
6 years ago
#6
reply to Baohua's post #4
They are at a match is the correct form.
But we can say There is a match on. Meaning a match will take place.
I can't go to Bill's party on Saturday because there is a match on.
There's a match on at the stadium.
I meant to add:
I have never heard 'on a match' except as part of a title. Have you seen or heard it somewhere? If so,what was the context?


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