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The Parts Of Speech
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ININTO




Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.

Be careful to distinguish the meaning of these two little prepositions
and don't interchange them. Don't say "He went in the room" nor "My
brother is into the navy." In denotes the place where a person or
thing, whether at rest or in motion, is present; and into denotes
entrance. "He went into the room;" "My brother is in the navy" are
correct.





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