December 2 2015

Rules Of Grammar: In vs. Into

The preposition “in” is used to represent an action within a certain area. The preposition “into” is used to express a motion towards an area from outside of that area. For example: The boys swam in the lake. (This would denote that the boys were already in the lake.)
The girls dove into the lake.

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Posted December 2, 2015 by Elsie Villega in category "Grammar

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