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Hi everybody,

Is this correct?

Have you heard about the man who used to live on the beach rocks? or in the beach on the rocks?He was found dead!

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Have you heard about the man who used to live among the rocks on the beach? He was found dead!

You can say 'on the rocks on the beach', but to avoid two 'on's in a row, I've changed the first 'on' to 'among'. If you like 'on' better, use that.

CJ

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I'll use what you said. I don't like 'on' better. Now I know that both versions are possible.

Thank you very much, CalifJim