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"Get Into Trouble" Or "Get In Trouble"?
Grammar & Sentence Structure
Get into trouble
sounded more natural to me. However "get in trouble" does not seem to sound wrong to me? I am not sure. Which is the grammatically correct one?
Apr 04 2010 15:00:59
I've heard both. For instance the sentence " I get in trouble with the law". But clearly to get into trouble is the more common one.
Apr 04 2010 18:19:46
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