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Tuladhar Bishwakarma
What is difference between IN and INTO? Could you help me?
Feb 22, 2011 6:55 AM
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In general, the word "in" emphasizes the situation of something or someone being inside of something. For example: I am in the library. The cheese is in the refrigerator. There is a mouse in my house. Into emphasizes the action of a thing or a person entering or being put inside something. For example: I am walking into the library. He put the cheese into the refrigerator. I saw the mouse creeping into my house.
February 22, 2011
Tuladhar Bishwakarma
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