August 12th, 2011

SG1_JDWhat

Blast from the Past: When do you use "into" versus "in to"?

The difference between "into" and "in to" can sometimes seem very subtle. skroberts did a wonderful job describing that into is a preposition and in to is an adverb plus a preposition in the original post, here. It's well worth reviewing for a solid basis on the difference between the two.

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