Which word is correct?
He hurled a stone (at / to / toward) the window, which cracked.
- 𝔸𝕪𝕒𝕕Lv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
The correct word to use here is ''at''
Because using 'to' means that you're expecting that the window will receive it .
Using ' toward ' means that you are just throwing it in its direction.
@cogito . you're right and I've corrected it.
- CogitoLv 71 month ago
Ayad's answer is correct - you should use 'at'.
But Ayad - if you read this, there's no apostrophe in * its * in that sense. There's only an apostrophe when * it's * is short for 'it is'.