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    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    #1

    enrolling in?enrolling into?

    Since I'm a neophyte in English language, I'm somewhat unclear about some usage on prepositions. Could anyone of you explain which one is correct? enrolling into or enrolling in? thanks a lot!


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #2

    Re: enrolling in?enrolling into?

    Welcome to the forums.

    The correct proposition will depend on the context:

    I am enrolling at college next year I am applying to go to college.

    I am enrolling on / for / the English course I am taking//studying this course.

    I am enrolling in the army. I am becoming a part of this organization.


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #3

    Re: enrolling in?enrolling into?

    Quote Originally Posted by weilun05 View Post
    oh, here I see.
    How about
    1. I do agree with him that the book is fantastic.
    2. I agree with him that the book is fantastic.

    What's the difference between adding a "do" and omit it? could you explain to me? Thanks first!
    It emphasises the speaker's agreement. In speech it would be stressed : "I do agree with..."


    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    #4

    Re: enrolling in?enrolling into?

    thanks for your explanation. I appreciate it. How if "elsewhere and where else"

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