What is the difference and when to use in and into?
1)If you are already inside a location and you're not indicating movement from exterior to interior, you can use "in".
2)"Into" is generally used to refer to going from an exterior location to an interior location; enter.
The difference between "has + been + p.p" and "had + been + p.p"
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What does it mean" be supposed to"
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