Into and In To, What’s the Difference?
Into and In To are two different parts of the English language. How do you know about the use of Into and In To in English? Please see the explanation below.
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Into is used as a preposition indicating movement into a place. It means inside.
My brother jump into the pool for swimming. (My brother jumps into the pool to swim.)
Danny drives my car into the garage. (Danny drives my car to/into the garage)
In To is an adverb (In) followed by a preposition (To)
I do not want to bring this pen into the room. (I don’t want to bring this pen into the room.)
I have to give this paper in to my teacher. (I have to give this paper to my teacher.)
You need to turn the bag to Andy as soon as possible. (You need to return this bag to Andy as soon as possible.)
I hope this helps.