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Hi

Is OK to say: I trained under him OR "under his feet"? It seems to me that I saw it somewhere written in this way.

Also: He is not in/on the national team anymore. IN or ON?

thanks
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I trained under him and in the national team are right.
I trained under him.

I trained under his wing.

He is not in/on the national team anymore - I would accept both.
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Hi

Are there any cases when we should say: "on team"?
optilang
I trained under him.

I trained under his wing.

He is not in/on the national team anymore - I would accept both.

OK. Thanks.
Newguest
Hi

Are there any cases when we should say: "on team"?

Yes, say on the team in the U.S. I'm always amazed when the pronouns change when you cross the Atlantic.
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I'm always amazed when the pronouns change when you cross the Atlantic.

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