on and of
I learned form my Grammar class that we use the preposition 'on' when riding a bus, a plane, a ship,a motorcycle and etc. ON the other hand, we use 'in' for taxi and cars. HOwever, I read from reading book that says ' He was very happy while riding in a bus.' Is it grammatically acceptable?
Also, we say ' a picture of... ( him,her,me...)
THus, we say ' I want you to take a picture of me.'
Is it grammatically correct to say
' Can I take a picture with you?' HOw about ' Can I have a picture with you?
( WHat I mean is that I want a picture of him together with me.)
IS 'take a picture' the right verb phrase? HOw about 'have'?
Is ' picture with me' grammatically correct?
Sorry to bother.
Thank you in advance!
Re: on and of
1-- on a bus/train/plane is the expected, but there are situations and regions where in is also used.
2-- To me, take a picture with you is more likely when the camera is present, while have a picture with you sounds more like a future arrangement.
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