December 4 2014

Rules Of Grammar: Check-In vs. Check In

According to Grammarist: “Check-in is hyphenated when it’s a noun (e.g., I was early for check-in) or an adjective (I walked up to the check-in counter). It’s two words, unhyphenated, when it functions as a verb (I walked up to the counter to check in).

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Posted December 4, 2014 by Elsie Villega in category "Grammar

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