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Recently, I got a sentence whose Ms Hillary Clinton roared in the beginning of campaign last year, "I am in to win". Basically, I got the meaning of it.
As I have barely grammatical concepts, I doubt that it looks like a grammatical break.
The grammatical definition I have : Preposition could not be cooperated with to-infinitive directly and some replacement like a gerund, noun, or pronoun could be used directly after preposition.
As you can see the sentence, in(preposition)+to win(to-infinitive), does it have grammatical break?
Please make me understand what Ms Hillary Clinton said correctly.
Yong S Shin