Hi Smriti Thapa
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For example, in is short for inside of and on is short for on top of and onto. You can get in(side) a bus, and you can also get, or rather, walk on(to) a bus. So, both in and on work here:
With vehicles, if you can walk on, then use in or on:
- Get in/on the bus.
Hope that helps.
- Get in/on the plane.
- Get in/on the boat.
- Get in/on the train.
- Get on the bike. <you can't get in a bike>
- Get in the taxi. <you can't walk onto a taxi>
- Get on the scooter. <you can't get in a scooter>