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10 Jul 2014

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Could you teach me why "went up" is put? To me, it seems "went in" or "went into" is better.
I'd like to know the nuance between them.

The two of them got into a cab. The navy-blue bag with the white leather binding went up front with the driver.

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Could you teach me why "went up" is put? To me, it seems "went in" or "went into" is better.
I'd like to know the nuance between them.

The two of them got into a cab. The navy-blue bag with the white leather binding went up front with the driver.
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