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in to is used when the following word is an infinitive.
i.e. <i>come <b>in to</b> warm up, it's cold outside.</i>
while into is a preposition refering to a direction of movement or action.
i.e. <i>Please put the oranges into the box.</i>
There is more, but this is a simple explanation. I hope it helps.
June 4, 2005, 6:46pm
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