Student or Learner
Could you kindly clarify the following question of mine:
Which of the following is the correct usage?
John is requested to come on the dias.
John is requested to come onto the dias.
Also, kindly let me know the related rules around the usage.
I think "onto the dais" would be OK too.
Don't worry, I relish disagreement!!
However, there won't be disagreement on this any longer because I now entirely see why "onto / on to" are fine. In my head, I was seeing a lectern and thinking it was a dais. You can imagine why I thought it would be unlikely that someone would climb onto a lectern!!
Apologies to the original poster for my strange error.
I agree with the others: to / onto / on to