09 April 2012 / by Radmila Gurkova
P2 into, in to, onto, on to...
In to or INTO - On to or ONTO
Into + object + modifiers of objects.
- She put the toys into the basket.
- He walked into the room and found a mouse.
- The prince turned into a frog.
In a phrase In is an adverb followed by the preposition to.
- Can you give this paper in to the office?
- He wouldn't give in to their demands.
- He gave his paper in to the teacher.
Preposition meaning on top of (surface).
- He threw the book onto the floor.
- He climbed onto the stage.
On (adverb) followed by the preposition to (in other words onward or toward)
- He forwarded the email on to the clients.
- Students who pass their exams can go on to further education.
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