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Can I say,

(a) He enjoys collecting many kinds of stamps.

(b) He enjoys collecting stamps in / on his album stamp / stamp album.

(c) He enjoys collecting oversea stamps.

HE likes collecting / to collect stamps from overseas.
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Vincent TeoCan I say,

(a) He enjoys collecting many kinds of stamps. fine

(b) He enjoys collecting stamps in / on his album stamp / stamp album. not fine. ( 'in his stamp album' is a fine phrase. But the entire context is odd - One does not collect stamps in an album!)

(c) He enjoys collecting overseas stamps.

HE likes collecting / to collect stamps from overseas. both are fine

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In fact stamps were/are collected in "stamp albums". See here: http://tinyurl.com/2xkoto

I agree that sentence (b) would be better as "He enjoys collecting stamps and putting them in his stamp album".
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Feebs11In fact stamps were/are collected in "stamp albums". See here:

I agree that sentence (b) would be better as "He enjoys collecting stamps and putting them in his stamp album".
Hi Feebs,

Thanks for the catch!
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