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I want to know if it is correct to say "invest on" or "invest in" in this context: the company that I work is giving an english course to an employee, so, it is right to say that the company is investing on Joyce or investing in Joyce?

Thank you!

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They are investing 'in' the person, in this case 'Joyce'.

You would use on differently like so:

"I am investing on the advice I received from a friend"

'on' here is descriptive of the reason you are investing.

'in' is relating the object of the investment, in this case Joyce.

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