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dear i've read this
"In" and "inside" usually mean the same thing when "inside" is a preposition. When "inside" is used as an adverb, the situation is completely different.
can you give me an example where inside is used as an adverb or adjective
adel, good morning.
(1) You have asked a very interesting question.
(2) I checked some dictionaries and found these examples.
(a) as an adjective: He worked outside last year, but he has an inside job this year./ The pitch was low and inside (baseball talk)./The jacket has an inside pocket./ The story was not on the front page. The inside pages carried the story./Don't tell anyone, but I have inside information (only a few people know about this information). /The robbery was an inside job. (Some employees at that job secretly helped the robbers.)
(b) as an adverb: The children play inside on rainy days./Please go inside./I know inside that he's not guilty. (I have this feeling that he did not do it.)/ Inside, she is really very shy. (She does not appear shy, but she really is.)/ Mr. Jackson is waiting for you inside.
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