She ran ______ the path and ______ the steps and ______ her house.
e) in/next to/near
I am confused between b) and c)
Reason: In the second fill up I think towards should be there because it indicates in the direction of which correlates with the sentence
I found the meaning of up also that correlates in the sentence is:
"from a lower to a higher point on (something); upward along: she climbed up a flight of steps."
Can Anyone guide me how to approach the problem?