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    Default Phrasal verb "bring in"

    I want to use a phrasal verb "bring in" in statement connected with introducing new products into the market. I have some doubt how to use it. Can I separate "bring" and "in":

    a) "He will bring new products in the market."

    In this example above I thing that it additionally sounds a little bit stupid because there should be "into" instead of "in" but it is only my feeling.

    b) "He will bring new products into the market."

    Or maybe I shouldn't split this phrasal verb and it should look like this:

    c) "He will bring in new products into the market."

    Which is correct?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Phrasal verb "bring in"

    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    I want to use a phrasal verb "bring in" in statement connected with introducing ne products into the market. I have some doubt how to use it. Can I separate "bring" and "in":

    a) "He will bring new products in the market."

    In this example above I thing that it additionally sounds a little bit stupid because there should be "into" instead of "in" but it is only my feeling.

    b) "He will bring new products into the market."

    Or maybe I shouldn't split this phrasal verb and it should look like this:

    c) "He will bring in new products into the market."

    Which is correct?

    Thanks in advance.
    I prefer b), but I would also prefer "introduce" in place of "bring/bring in".

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    Default Re: Phrasal verb "bring in"

    Thank you for help. : )

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