Die Heuning Pot Literature Guide
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Into vs. In To

The preposition "into" and the phrase "in to" can have very different meanings. If you say you turned in to the garage door, you're simply saying you walked inside. If you say you turned into the garage door, you're implying that you magically became a piece of wood on some hinges... and we doubt that's true.

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