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thuytien09
#1 Posted : Sunday, March 08, 2009 8:16:35 PM(UTC)
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In thuong dung de chi vi tri.  Into dung ve phuong huong.

In is used to talk about the position of things.  Into implies motion or direction.

 

We walk in a room.  (When the walking is wholly within that 'room')

We walk into a room.  (When we walk from the outside or from some other rooms)

'We walked in the church' means we walked back and forth within the church.

'We walked into the church' means we entered the church from outside.

After some verbs, such as throw, jump, push, put, go..., we can use both in and into to indicate directional movement.

She went in (= into) the house.

He threw it in/into the garbage bin.

 

 

The important thing about any word is how you understand it. (Publius Syrus)
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