Technically you can use “towards” in any instance where you might use “toward,” but it is definitely a second choice.
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My 4th graders are studing the Titanic. The verb sink is used with this story. The teacher is using the past tense sunk to describe what happened to the Titanic. I was teaching sank. Sank is listed as the past tense and sunk as the past participle. How are these words properly used? Thank you, Mary Gheyssarieh