When do you use "onto" instead of "on" ? Does it work like in and into ? Onto imply a movement ? Thank you in advance
Jul 21, 2014 4:58 PM
Answers · 5
Yes, when you are using the word literally, the difference is the same as between 'in' and 'into'. But often you can use either 'on' or 'onto' with no difference in meaning : eg I put the book on the table or I put the book onto the table. Either is possible.
July 21, 2014
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