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22 Sep 2022

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Do you use the word "into" like "towards"? I came across the phrase "and it just has a light air just blowing upwards, forcing that air up and INTO the top". If this use of "into" happens to be quite common, please show me some examples you'd say by using this structure.

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Do you use the word "into" like "towards"? I came across the phrase "and it just has a light air just blowing upwards, forcing that air up and INTO the top". If this use of "into" happens to be quite common, please show me some examples you'd say by using this structure.
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