“Eat the Greek way”


“Eat in the Greek way”

  1. Are these sentences both correct?
  2. Have they the same meaning?
  3. Is there a difference in the grammar structure?

  4. Is there a rule that explains when to use the preposition “in” before “way”?


For the phrase you are using as an example, usually "in" is not used

Eat the Greek way

The slight nuance between your two examples might be

Eat the Greek way

means to eat exactly as Greeks eat, whereas

Eat in the Greek way

may mean to eat in a similar fashion as Greeks eat but not exactly as Greeks eat.

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