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    #1

    in/on/at

    Please check them out.

    1. Get in the bus.
    2. Get in the taxi.
    3. Get in the car.

    4. Get on the plane.
    5. Get on the train.
    6. Get on the motorcycle/cycle.


    Anyway, how to use them in the correct way?

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    Re: in/on/at

    I'd say 'get on the bus'. I use 'on' for public transport and 'in for cars and taxis'.

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    Re: in/on/at

    Okay.

    I'll follow the way how you use them.

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