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    Preposition "into"

    I want to provide you with some insight and contextinto how the political development process is working in Hong Kong - and what the future holds in this regard.

    The question is about the preposition "into". Insight into how the ... is fine, but do we say "context into something"?

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    Re: Preposition "into"

    Alone, no, but it's fine here to me.

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    Re: Preposition "into"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Alone, no, but it's fine here to me.
    Tdol, thanks. But could you explain a little further? I don't quite get your reply. What does "alone" relate to "Context into something"?

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