As you know, some prepositions such as into, onto and unto may be used with movement verbs, which is the case of: I knocked something into, I dropped something into, I put something into...
Anyway, can these prepositions be used with verbs such as slip and slide?
I slipped into the hole - It would mean that I slipped on something and fell into a hole as I slipped.
I slid into a hole - It would mean I slid on probably a wet floor and fell into a hole. (Basically the same as above)
I know it could possibly sound like I slid/slipped in the hole (which doesn't make sense) because people normally use: I slipped/slid on a wet floor/the ground/ the floor... However, since I added in/on + to it becomes a movement, which implies to say I'm going towards that direction: Into the hole = Inside the hole.
I have two questions: Could it possibly be right (grammatically) even if it sounded awkward to say something like: I slipped/slid into the hole?
And: Even if saying the above suggestion is correct, saying: I slipped/slid and fell into the hole would sound better?