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    on the bus or in the bus

    i am confused. I have heard people using both ways. Which is correct?

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    Re: on the bus or in the bus

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    i am confused. I have heard people using both ways. Which is correct?
    I would normally use on with both senses - location and direction. However, in is not impossible, particularly when we are not talking about the passengers:

    There's a funny smell in the bus today.

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