in one's or sb's company
at a point on the length of
from one end to or towards the other end of sth
"we drove along admiring the view"
"the horse trotted along at a steady pace"
"the circus traveled on to the next city"
"his little sister came along to the movies"
"I brought my camera along"
"working along with his father"
"the work is moving along"
"well along in their research"
"hurrying their education along"
"getting along in years"
"we sent them food and some clothing went along in the package"
"along with the package came a bill"
"consider the advantages along with the disadvantages"
"pass the word along"
"ran along beside me"
"cottages along by the river"
Along the bridge Lord Marmion rode.
出自： Sir W. Scott
We roam'd along the dreary coast.
Along a shelf at one side were ranged bottles and canisters.
出自： T. Hardy
He sings along the march Which we march taciturn.
出自： W. Owen
Men sat along trestle tables lined down the church hall.
出自： S. Hill
I saw her running along the road.