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    #1

    fill?

    Is this sentence correct:

    1-I filled the clothes into the bag.

    instead of:
    I put the clothes in the bag.
    or:
    I filled the bag with the clothes.



    Is this sentence correct:
    2-I filled the wine into the bottle.

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    #2

    Re: fill?

    1. 'I filled the bag with (the) clothes.' (Use the if you've already referred to some clothes.)

    2. 'I filled the bottle with wine.'

    Rover

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