When we're mentioning that one is now talking in the phone, is it to say 'He/she is now on the line'? So is it wrong for that 'He/she is now in the line'?
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There is nothing wrong to be with being in the toilet.
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Oh, yes. Thanks, Jim.
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You are quite right, Pter. I was using the toilet as an fitting or appliance, rather than a room.