Do Not Lean on Door or Do Not Lean Against Door

Геннна

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Russian
Tell, please, what phrase (in the subway) is correct, Do Not Lean on Door or Do Not Lean Against Door? Or are both phrases correct? Thanks.
 
  • Enquiring Mind

    Senior Member
    English - the Queen's
    Hi Gennna, and welcome to the forums! :) They are both correct. I imagine you are aware that this is "shorthand" or "notice-style" English, in which the articles can be omitted. In normal prose, it would have to be "do not lean on/against the door".

    And you might find this thread useful.
     
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