The Difference between IN and INTO

The Difference between IN and INTO

Sometimes, these two prepositions cause us some amount of confusion: the same way we sometimes struggle to distinguish between identical twins.

When you want to express motion/movement toward something, use “into” instead of “in.” 

However, if you want to indicate a location, use “in.” There may be exceptions to this “rule,” but it works most of the time.
1. Frank walked into the room. (movement)

2. The book is in the office. (location)

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