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In Miyuki Nakajima's song "ファイト!" there is this line:

冷たい水の中をふるえながらのぼってゆけ

I don't understand the use of the particle を in this context. Shouldn't it be に or even で?

marked as duplicate by dainichi, Dono, snailboat Jul 22 '13 at 5:22

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  • I don't understand the closevote. I also don't understand @dainichi's link. It's obvious what 道を行く is meant to mean, but it's not at all obvious to me what 水の中を上って行け is meant to mean. I think this is a good question. – Billy Jul 22 '13 at 3:26
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    @Billy, the question isn't asking about the meaning, it's asking why it's を and not に or で. The accepted answer of the question I linked to answers exactly that. – dainichi Jul 22 '13 at 4:04
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    Yes, I am perfectly happy with the close vote, I got my answer from the link. Thanks very much! – DaleyPaley Jul 22 '13 at 4:42
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    @Billy: Actually the is required by のぼる in this case, not the ゆく(ゆけ). – istrasci Jul 22 '13 at 14:35