Which is correct? Is it that you are signing "into" your account or "in to" your account?
I'm writing an op-ed with this sentence: "It was initially – in my mind – a list of people you could ask about whoever it is you’re looking into." According to my understanding of this link ...
"As I suddenly transitioned from being an overweight pimply-faced middle-schooler with confidence issues into a slim and active high schooler..." or "As I suddenly transitioned from being an ...
In the sentence I have a bibliography page which I'd like to split in/into sections which would you rather use: split in or split into? Why?
Which is more correct? I am going to classify these faults into 4 categories. I am going to classify these faults in 4 categories. I am going to classify these faults as 4 categories. ...