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¿Cuál es la diferencia entre The group of workers has set fire 'on' a barricade to protest against government's decision that it'll sell their company.
y The group of workers has set fire 'to' a barricade to protest against government's decision that it'll sell their company. ?Puedes dar oraciones como ejemplo.

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or are both sentences correct?
What's difference between them?
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¿Cuál es la diferencia entre The group of workers has set fire 'on' a barricade to protest against government's decision that it'll sell their company.
 y The group of workers has set fire 'to' a barricade to protest against government's decision that it'll sell their company. ?
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