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    #1

    look in the mirror / look into the mirror

    Dear all,

    I looked into the mirror to see the scar on my forehead.

    I looked in the mirror to see the scar on my forehead.

    Are these both fine? If so, which is better, or which is normally used?

    Thank you!

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    Re: look in the mirror / look into the mirror

    For me, the second is the more common expression.

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