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    chris.feng Guest

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    hi everyone, i have a quick question about a grammar. Should I use "walk on the street" or "walk in the street"?

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    Default Re: grammar question

    Both are correct, but in different situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.feng View Post
    hi everyone, i have a quick question about a grammar. Should I use "walk on the street" or "walk in the street"?

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    You usually walk along the street, up the street or down the street.
    You can stand in the street, and a building will be on the street.
    If you are just wandering around, you could be walking in the streets.

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