The motorcyclist came abreast of her car. Is it also correct to say abreast to her car?
No, that wouldn’t work.
“The motorcyclist came abreast of her car.”
could I say ? :
“The motorcyclist kept abreast of her car.”
2. Do they have the same meaning?
They don’t mean the same.
came abreast… came from behind to the point where they were next to the car.
kept abreast… travelled some distance next to the car.
is it correct instead in this context? :-
…“he drew abreast of her car”
There ‘to draw abreast of something’ means to come alongside something. It is correct.