Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
1. Is the preposition in these sentences correct:
a) "He works ON a bank."
b) "Mark opened an account ON a Swiss bank."
c) "I deposited money ON my bank."
2. What are examples of 'hands-on activities'?
- CogitoLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
a) "He works IN a bank."
b) "Mark opened an account AT a Swiss bank."
c) "I deposited money INTO my bank."
2. 'hands-on activities' means anything in which you get actively, personally involved.
- bluebellbkkLv 76 months ago
For the three bank examples, replace 'on' with 'in' or 'at'. In the third one, if you said 'bank account' instead of 'bank', you would have to use 'in' or 'into'.
- Charles VeidtLv 76 months ago
1. In each of your example sentences, you should replace "on" with "in."
2. A "hands-on activity" is any activity in which a person is actively and physically engaged in the activity rather than only observing it.
- IamLv 66 months ago
a) IN a bank, b) IN, c) IN
2. Anything involving physical activity - e.g. pottery, painting, mending a car etc.