The two words “in” and “into” would appear to be interchangeable but they are not and are misused as much as any two words in the English language.
What part of speech is “in”?
What part of speech is “into”?
Explain the difference in meaning between “in” and “into”.
Choose the correct form of “in” or “into” in the following examples.
He walked ………. the house ahead of me. (in, into)
She burst hurriedly ………. the room. (in, into)
They stuffed candles ………. the Christmas stockings. (in, into)
He thrust his hand ………. the mitt. (in, into)
They moved ………. that house yesterday. (in, into)
Create your own sentences exhibiting the correct use of “in” and “into”.
The word for today is “purview”.
What part of speech is “”purview”?
Define “purview” and use it in a sentence that shows its meaning.