Grade 4 | English | Preposition (in, into, inside), Preposition and Conjunction, Olympiad, CBSE, ICSE, SOF, ITO
Usages: Denotes position or movement within something.
The teacher is sitting in the class.
Incorrect: He is swimming into the swimming pool.
Correct: He is swimming in the swimming pool.
Usages: Denotes a movement from outside of something into something.
Incorrect: He jumped in the swimming pool.
Correct: He jumped into the swimming pool.
Usages: Inside has a similar meaning as "in" but is used when the emphasis is on location. It also used to give a feeling of enclosed within or something which is contained within something but cannot be seen from outside.
It was very cold inside the room.
What is inside that box?