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May I know what is the difference between ride in and ride on?thanks.

asked Jul 09 '12 at 22:16 May New member

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I wish I could find my previous answers on this same question.  I'm sure I've done so at least twice. 

 

Think of a longer word or phrase to replace in or on.  Use inside of or on top of and that will help you figure out which one you want to use. 

 

I can ride inside of the taxi.  I took a ride on top of the double decker bus.  She shopped inside of the store.  He ran on top of the field. 

link comment answered Jul 09 '12 at 23:18 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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