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    Default USE OF IN AND INSIDE

    I want to know when to use IN and inside. If i have to say look in the refrigerator or look inside it, which one is correct?

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    Default Re: USE OF IN AND INSIDE

    When you look in the refrigerator, you are also looking at what is inside the refrigerator. There is no difference in meaning. It is simply that we say "look in the refrigerator".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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