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Into or In to?

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Exemple : ‘’I jumped into the swimming pool.’’

A common mistake is the use of "into" and "in to" interchangeably, however, the two have different uses. "Into" is a preposition to indicate movement towards the inside of a place. It is often helpful to think of the word "into" as a response to the question of "where?"

In to

Exemple : ‘’I came in to see the boss.’’

"In to" is the adverb "in" followed by the preposition "to" and does not have the same use as "into". In the case of this expression it is useful to think of "in to" as a synonym for the phrase "in order to."

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