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In The Other Hand Or On The Other Hand

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Created Date: Wed 16 May 2012

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Which one is correct? In the other hand or On the other hand? How are they used?

 

Answer:
On the other hand is the correct idiom to use in English. It means "conversely" or "alternatively".
Example:
On the one hand, you said you didn't have enough time to prepare for the exam. On the other hand, you went to the party for the whole day.
If you study hard, you can pass the exam. On the other hand, if you keep playing video games every day, you will definitely fail.

In the other hand is not an idiom in English. It simply means you are holding something in the "other" hand.


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