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Which prep. do you use in the sentence?

I live in the second floor.

I live on the second floor.

There are two toilets on/in the third floor

Thanks a lot
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On, for both.
"On" is correct in AmE, but I think "in" might be correct in BrE. We'll have to wait for Nona or MrP to answer this.
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Hi,

Can you give me some sentences where the prepositional phrase "in the first floor" would be used?
"On" is correct in BrE, too.

Siggy
BelieverHi,

Can you give me some sentences where the prepositional phrase "in the first floor" would be used?

I'm sorry, Believe, not really. I suppose I could come up with some far-fetched sentence involving tiles laid in the first floor while plain carpet was used in the second floor, but it's not common and won't serve you well.
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'in' does not apply as a preposition with regard to floor or storey: in the first floor?[N]

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Thanks, dear Barbara!

In the second floor
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