Into and Out of
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Into: a place inside
- We ran into the garden.
Into: to change into; to become
- The frog changed into a handsome prince.
- He got himself into serious trouble.
The opposite of the preposition into is out of.
- She ran out of the room.
- I took his letter out of my pocket.
- I walked out of the front door without looking back.
- He sat staring out of the window.
Out of can also be used to talk about position - the opposite of in.
- I am afraid Mr John is out of the country at the moment. He should be back next week.
Infinitives without to
Infinitive with its own subject
For-structures after adjectives
For-structures after verbs
For-structures: other uses
Infinitive clauses of purpose
Verbs that can be followed by infinitives
Adjectives that can be followed by infinitives
Nouns that can be followed by infinitives
Exclamations: common errors
Common mistakes with pronouns - Part 2
Common errors with adjectives - part 1
Common errors with adjectives - part 2