Should it be "the snake moved THROUGH the grass" or the snake "moved IN the grass" ?I have seen "moved in the grass" used in some places but I feel like it depends on the density of the grass. Which one's correct ? An explanation would be helpful too.
Without context, I would say "moved through the grass" implies direction, meaning the snake moved purposefully from point A to point B. To me, "moved in the grass" means that the snake is moving but with no intent on a particular direction.
Both are correct, it just depends on the context.