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Weather report

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Weatherman: Into northern Ontario, looking at very pleasant conditions, uh

thanks to the high pressure zone that centered near the Moosonee area.

And this has reached towards southwest through the Thunder Bay area reporting sunny and 28.

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In vs into - “Into” shows movement from one place “into” a different place.


The sentence starting with "Into".

What does "Into northern Ontario" mean?


Thank you


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One would need to see what preceded this. Most likely, the weatherman was previously talking about another region, so "into" signifies movement of the focus from that region to northern Ontario.

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rezaenglishWhat does "Into northern Ontario" mean?

It looks like weatherman talk for "Let us now consider the weather in northern Ontario." He wants his audience to shift their attention from whatever area he had been talking about and move it into northern Ontario.

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Thank you, anonymous

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rezaenglish

Thank you so much, GPY

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