I'm wondering about and still confused over when to use on and in, for example like the sentence below:
"I like to sunbathe in the sun." In my study I figured out that when using in you the thing that you are talking about should be enclosed, or in the center, or inside, right?
How did it become in when you are not in the sun?
In a conversation of referring something I have always seen a lot of people using on, like "You are on your own." Why is it not in your own? I'm so confused!
I already know about the prepostions of time and place and when to use them but in these conversations I'm still rather confused about what I'm going to need.