“Into” versus “In To”

Margie Wakeman Wells General Leave a Comment

There is an instance where either option works, depending upon what you want to say.

If “work” is the physical place, “into” is one word; if “work” is the activity, then “in to” is two words.

…He came into work. (the physical location)
…He came in to work. (to do the job)

Happy punctuating!


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