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    ONTO vs UP vs NO PREPOSITION

    What’s the acceptable and the best proposition in the sentence
    1.We climbed onto the rock to take a selfie.
    2.We climbed up the rock to take a selfie.
    3.We climbed the rock to take a selfie.

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    Re: ONTO vs UP vs NO PREPOSITION

    They are all possible. The first means you climbed to the top of the rock. The others don't tell us whether you reached the top or not.
    I am not a teacher.

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