as they skated across/on the ice.
The figure skaters looked extremely elegant as they skated across/on the ice.
Do both "across" and "ice" fit in the above and mean about the same to you? Thanks.
Re: as they skated across/on the ice.
Originally Posted by riverkid
But why doesn't "on" do the trick? In our language, we use "on the ice" instead of "across the ice" in this case. Could you come up with a direct answer?
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