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on my garden?
I came across this sentence, "I put up a fence to prevent people from walking on my garden".
Does the preposition "on" sound naturally here? I would personally use "into", "inside" rather than "on".
Re: on my garden?
The writer wants to stop people walking on the cultivated part of the garden.
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