why "into" is used

jasonlulu_2000

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Source: my textbook

So many French words slowly entered into the English language.

Is "into" unnecessary here?
Thanks for your help!

Jason
 
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Do you mean "Why is 'into' used?"
 

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Yes, I thought "So many French words slowly entered the English language." would be fine just like "We entered the room".

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Please tell us the name and, if it's listed, the author(s) of the book.
 

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English textbook for senior high school students By Nils-Olov Fors Patrick Wallace Simon McCue
 

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English Textbook for Senior High School Students by Nils-Olov Fors, Patrick Wallace, and Simon McCue.
See above. Never use more than one space after a word.
 
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