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    Smile he started up the middle of it

    So they followed him wherever he went and when he began to bump into things, they began to bump into things, too. Finally he came to a concrete highway and he started up the middle of it and all the other creatures followed him.



    What does the underlined part refer to? Does it mean "he started going toward the middle of it" or something else? Thanks.

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    Default Re: he started up the middle of it

    He started to go along it, keeping to the middle of the road.

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    Default Re: he started up the middle of it

    Thanks, Anglika.
    Just to make sure, does "up" mean "close to" as in "come up to me?"

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    Default Re: he started up the middle of it

    No - it means "along", as in "He went up the street"

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    Default Re: he started up the middle of it

    Thanks, Anglika.

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