"left the oven on"
"the switch is in the on position"
"the picnic is on, rain or shine"
"we have nothing on for Friday night"
"we drove along admiring the view"
"the horse trotted along at a steady pace"
"the circus traveled on to the next city"
"his spirit lives on"
"shall I read on?"
"turn the lights on"
"get a load on"
I will doff my travelling cap and on with the monk's cowl.
A coat was laid on and polished.
出自： T. Hardy
Marda..began screwing on the lids of her little pots.
出自： E. Bowen
My red silk dressing-gown on, tied tightly.
出自： R. Lehmann
Change the sheets..although they were clean on yesterday.
出自： J. Wilson
Boating on the lake by moonlight.
出自： V. Woolf
Beans on toast, with chips.
出自： D. Lessing
He felt Maclaren's hands on his shoulders.
出自： R. Hardy
The sail-wing rested on the grass.
出自： P. O
He walked north on Broadway.
出自： W. Kennedy
Trees that stand..here and there on the downs.
出自： W. Golding
The People's Republic of China was established (on) 1 October, 1949.
He lives on the next street.（美国用法）
He lives in the next street.（英国用法）
He lives in a house on the river.
He sails on the river every Sunday.
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