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Prepositions are quite confusing part to non-native English speakers and I come across this today.
To remind some etiquette, such as 'You should not run',
which sounds better to put 'in the subway' or 'on the subway'?
Would you tell me the difference between the two?
Last edited by finwing; 04-May-2012 at 04:13.
In BrE, a subway is a pedestrian underpass, so I agree with bhai's 'in'.
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