Student or Learner
I would like to know which of the following sentences make sense:
“I went on a boat down the river Thames”
“I went on a boat in the river Thames”
“I went on a boat along the river Thames”
"I went on a a boat on the river Thames"
Thanks a lot.
I went down the River Thames on a boat.
I went along the River Thames on a boat.
I took a Thames river cruise.
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