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  1. anupumh's Avatar
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    Exclamation Which is appropriate?

    Hi,

    Which one of the below are correct?

    My car crashed into a pole.

    My car crashed to a pole.

    My car crashed with a pole.

    What is the best way to convey the above thought?

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    #2

    Re: Which is appropriate?

    The correct and best way would be, My car crashed into a pole.

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    Re: Which is appropriate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    The correct and best way would be, My car crashed into a pole.
    Which words can be used in place of "crashed"?

    Can we use hit or bumped or slammed or thrashed??

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    Re: Which is appropriate?

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Which words can be used in place of "crashed"?

    Can we use hit or bumped or slammed or thrashed??
    You could use "bumped into" or "slammed into" but not "hit into", you could say that it "hit a pole".

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    Re: Which is appropriate?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    You could use "bumped into" or "slammed into" but not "hit into", you could say that it "hit a pole".
    You could say it smashed into/smacked into/collided with a pole.

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