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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #47734: To/ into
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Prepositions [Change theme]
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    To/ into


    To: we say :go / come/ travel (etc.) to a place

    - go to France

    - be sent to prison

    - go to bed

     

    We can say :go home/ get home (without a preposition)

    - I'm tired. Let's go home.

     

    Been to: I have been to (a place ) means I have visited a place.

    - I have been to Tunisia four times

     

    Into: Go into/ come into means enter a room or a building etc.

    I opened the door and went into the show room.

     

     

     

     





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