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    i am a student

    is it a hard rule to use' by 'like__
    i travel by bus daily.
    i travel in a bus, is this grammatically wrong?
    is it right to say_i came in car or is it always i came by car?
    what and how prepositions are used for vehicles in spoken english?

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    Re: i am a student

    Welcome to the board, golukhanna'

    Always capitalise the pronoun I and the first word of every sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by golukhanna View Post

    Is it a hard rule to use 'by' like -
    I travel by bus daily.
    I travel in a bus. Is this grammatically wrong?
    Is it right to say 'I came in car' or is it always 'I came by car'?
    What prepositions are used for vehicles in spoken English?
    Click on the link below to read a recent discussion on this subject in the forum:

    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...29606-bus.html

    Rover

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