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    login or log in?

    Hey all!

    How's everything going on? I have a question regarding a term which we use commonly while surfing the internet. What is correct "login" or "log in" while logging into websites?

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    Re: login or log in?

    Verb: log in, log on
    Adjective: log-in, log-on


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    #3

    Re: login or log in?

    login is a noun
    log in is a phrasal verb

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    Re: login or log in?

    Hi!
    I'm not sure you can say log into, but i'm sure that as verbs you may use log in/out or log on/off and as as a noun login!
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