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    Post "Move to" or "move into" (a place to live)

    "They kept coming to pressure him to move into their place."
    "They kept coming to pressure him to move to their place."

    Would you be so kind as to tell me whether it is correct or not?

    Thank You so much!

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    Re: "Move to" or "move into" (a place to live)

    Quote Originally Posted by amk0300 View Post
    "They kept coming to pressure him to move into their place."
    "They kept coming to pressure him to move to their place."

    Would you be so kind as to tell me whether it is correct or not?

    Thank You so much!
    The sentences are fine. You have written two sentences. "it" refers to one thing - "I like my car. It is blue." "they" refer to more than one thing - "I have two cars. They are both blue."

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