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  1. Key Member
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    Afloat

    Hi guys,

    Is it ok to say "He put him into bucket and set him afloat into river".

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    Re: Afloat

    I am not a teacher.

    No.

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    Re: Afloat

    If you really mean "bucket", you should say "He put him into a/the bucket and set him afloat on a/the river".

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