On to or Onto:. That is the Question!. In the expression “ on to,” on is an adverb and to is a preposition . On to. Dexter held on to his winter dreams. Adverb:. -Modifies (describes) a verb ( run) Paul runs quickly . Quickly describes how he runs.
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That is the Question!
Paul runs quickly.
Quickly describes how he runs.
-Relates a noun/pronoun to another noun/ pronoun
To the hill
From the hill
Up the hill
Down the hill
Between the hills
Through the hill
Around the hill
Beer, David. “windowsill.” 24 Aug. 2007. Beer Properties. 10 Sept. 2012. http://www.beerproperties.com/cya-pics2.htm
“on to, onto.” “Glossary of Usage.” Elements of Literature Fifth Course: Literature of the United States with Literature of the Americas. San Francisco: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2000.