On to vs. Onto Quiz

1. For each of the following, choose the correct sentence.

 A) Turn right onto Maple Street just past the firehouse.
 B) Turn right on to Maple Street just past the firehouse.

2. 

 A) I think it is time to move onto the next project.
 B) I think it is time to move on to the next project.

3. 

 A) Make sure you hold onto your passport while you are at the airport.
 B) Make sure you hold on to your passport while you are at the airport.

4. 

 A) You might be onto something in regard to the missing watch.
 B) You might be on to something in regard to the missing watch.

5. 

 A) Please be sure to pass this information onto the rest of the club members.
 B) Please be sure to pass this information on to the rest of the club members.


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