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would the following phrasing be correct?

there is something involved into some process

Im not sure, so any help would be appreciated!

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  • Are you after some proofreading? Or have you just come across a typographical error for "evolved". – Chenmunka Feb 23 '16 at 10:13
  • neither. im just learning the language – Vis Viva Feb 23 '16 at 10:22
  • You might mean 'there is something involved in some process'; as an example: 'A carefully regulated exercise regime is involved in one successful treatment of ME'. // ELL is our sister site, intended for people just learning the language, Vis. – Edwin Ashworth Feb 23 '16 at 11:15
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That phrasing wouldn't be correct.

You could say "there is something involved in some process" (as suggested in the comments). That would seem to be very vague though, presuming that you're talking about a specific process you could say "there is something involved in the process" or, if you're not specifying the process, "in a process".

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