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is there a difference between "sitting on a chair" and "sitting in a chair"?
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Normally only 'sitting on a chair' is correct.
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What's wrong with 'in a chair'?

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MichalSWhat's wrong with 'in a chair'?

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Nothing really. I was to hasty answering that. But I still think 'on a chair' refers more to an act/process of sitting down (on a chair) rather than being in the chair once you're seated. I guess this makes the difference between the two.

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