22/JUL/2010 9:19 PM
Either... or is used to offer a choice between two possibilities...
Thus, let´s think that your sentence has not two alternatives (as you put it), but
two possibilities either ON, IN ( you would use preposition to complete the answer there) or A (indefinite article).
Hope it clears up things.
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