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Dear all,

I would like to know the following sentences are correct

1.An overcrowded bus plunged down a hillside

Can we say "plunged down into a hillside"

2.An overcrowded bus has fallen into

Abysum

Thanks in advance

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cat navy 4251. An overcrowded bus plunged down a hillside.

As shown.

cat navy 425Can we say "plunged down into a hillside"?

Not if you want the same meaning as in the original sentence.

Preserving the meaning a little better you would have this:

plunged down along a hillside

cat navy 4252.An overcrowded bus has fallen into Abysum an abyss.

Correct as shown. (I can't imagine where you got the word 'abysum' and why you capitalized it.)

CJ

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I suppose it depends on your audience and the situation.


"Over a cliff and

down into a hillside

across the river." - easy to visualise as plausible.

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