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i was walking IN/ON THE STREET when i saw Fred.

5 years ago
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"In the street" is mainly British and "on the street," American. I wouldn't use either one in this sentence because "walking" is a verb of movement, and both "in" and "on" are prepositions of position, not movement. I'd use "down" or "along."

Answered 5 years ago
StuPitt



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