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Category: Into vs. In To

Into vs. In To (Expanded)

Posted on Sunday, July 29, 2012, at 1:08 pm

When Jane authored the first Grammar Tip on this subject in 2009, her intention was to provide simple, concise guidance on the most commonly encountered uses of the words into and in to. But she knew that at some point we would need to explore this topic in more depth. Since issuing that Grammar Tip, …

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Into vs. In to: Should I Use In to or Into?

Posted on Saturday, July 18, 2009, at 10:02 pm

Whether to use the preposition into or the phrase in to can be a source of confusion. We'll take a closer look at both to help clarify which is correct in its context. Into Into Meaning: to the inside of Usage Example: The children jumped¬†into¬†the lake for a swim. Into Meaning: toward or in the …

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