Grammar Patterns

V into n

II.1 The 'crash' group

These verbs are concerned with collisions. The prepositional phrase indicates the thing or person that someone or something hits.
He led them rapidly past many branching passages, until he stopped so abruptly Bob bumped into him.
She was teaching a group of young riders in the park when a truck careered into two of the horses, killing one and leaving the other seriously injured.
At least ten people were killed when a freight train crashed into a passenger train at Mangra railway station.
  • bang
  • barge
  • bump
  • cannon
  • career
  • crash
  • plough
  • run
  • slam
  • smash
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