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Do you have a table in the patio?
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Do you have a table in the patio?

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Sep 13th 2010, 20:21
Theoretically, this could be okay, but I've never heard it this way.
Sep 13th 2010, 20:36
I think it's fine.
Apr 19th 2011, 16:53
"in the patio" is not natural-sounding English to me. Something could be "in the yard" or "in the garden" but always "on the terrace" or "on the patio".
Apr 19th 2011, 20:37
I think this depends on what “patio” means to people. It can be a type of yard but also a balcony. The choice of preposition follows from that.

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