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1. She is talking with her friend in a boat/on a boat. (Which preposition should we use?

2. They are jumping from the ground.
3. They are jumping on the ground.
(Which preposition do we have to use? Are both OK?)

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    1. "on"

    2 and 3 -- both are OK, depending on what is meant.
    2 means they are jumping upward (from).
    3 means they are jumping downward (on, as if from above).
    or 3 means they are jumping up and down on the ground, not on a trampoline or anything like that.

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