Phrasal Verbs with In and Into
grow into something = dicho de niños que crecen para llenar su ropa mejor.
The jacket is big on him now, but I’m sure he’ll grow into it soon.
look into something = investigate
I’ve been looking into plane tickets to go to Thailand, and they’re not too expensive.
fit into something = entrar, caber
The turkey weighs 12 pounds! I think it’s too big to fit into the fridge.
run into somebody = meet somebody unexpectedly
You’ll never guess who I ran into this morning at the park… It was Jim!
check in to a hotel, a flight, etc = arrive and register, identify yourself
You should be at the airport early so you have time to check in.
let someone in = allow them to enter
I forgot my keys. Can you let me in the house?
fill in a form = llenar un formulario
To receive your unemployment benefits, you have to fill in a lot of forms and stand in a lot of lines.
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