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    prepositions

    Hi,
    this is my question today: can you say "Walk on the path"? I know we should say "walk along the path", but in a protected area, a park, for instance, could we say that we are obliged to walk on the path ( and not in the wood for example?). I'm looking forward to your reply.
    Clairec

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    Re: prepositions

    You can.

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