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    in or on

    Hi there,
    Protesters marched on the street OR in the street. Any difference between 'in' and 'on' in this context.


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    Re: in or on

    I'd use 'in the street'- to me, this means the street as a whole, while 'on' focuses on the physical surface of the road.


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