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Thread: on and onto

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    Anonymous Guest

    on and onto

    what's the diffrence between onto and on ?pleae

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    anglophile Guest
    what's the difference between on and onto ? please

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    Tdol is offline Editor,
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    On- can be used for location (it's on the table)or movement (I'm putting it on the table)

    Onto- can only be used for movement (I';m putting it onto the floor)

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