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Andrea
A question about "be imported into" I'm a little confused about the phrase "be imported into". I saw a sentence today: "Oranges are imported in to Britain". It's a sample sentence and without a context. So.. does it mean the oranges in the sentence in Britain are imported from somewhere else, or Britain exported the oranges to somewhere else? Thanks!
23 янв. 2012 г., 9:25
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the oranges are coming into Britain from other countries
23 января 2012 г.
The statement is clear. The oranges are entering Britain.
23 января 2012 г.
Andrea
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