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Are there any cases in which you abbreviate "in the right/wrong way" to just "the right/wrong way"?

If so, would you please give me some examples?

Also, which other prepositions do you leave out in expressions similar to the one above?

Thank you.

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Are there any cases in which you abbreviate "in the right/wrong way" to just "the right/wrong way"? I would say that we usually omit 'in'.

If so, would you please give me some examples?

eg He speaks English the right way.

eg He drove the wrong way up the street.

Also, which other prepositions do you leave out in expressions similar to the one above? I can't think of any offhand, but I'm sure there are some.