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Can you please help me with this sentence:
Do you sit in or on a bus?
Would it be possible "to sit the bus"?
Thank you in advance.
That's a definite no.Would it be possible "to sit the bus"?
I'm wondering if it would be correct to say, "He got into the car." Or is only "in" correct?`
Also, are both prepositions correct in this example: "He jumped in/into the water."
You SIT AN EXAM! (for example).
You jumped into the water is correct. The use of "in" seems to be refered to a place with walls and physical limits.
Please, forgive me!!
Jump into WATER (without the determiner "the")
Sorry once again!!!
There's nothing to forgive, Leandro.
'Jump into the water' is fine.
So is 'Jump in the water', as Jasmin has just said.