What is the pronunciation of in?
English definition of “in”
› into something: Come on, we're late - get in the car. Put it in the cupboard. They threw him in the swimming pool.Inserting and forcing things into other things
Time expressions without at, on, inWe don’t normally use at, on or in before time expressions beginning with each, every, next, last, some, this, that, one, any, all: …
B1 at home or at work: When did you get home? I never heard you come in. Mr Ellis isn't in this week.Places and locationsUnpleasant places
B2 having arrived at the place where people can get on or off: What time is Roz's flight due in?Arriving, entering and invadingBoarding and alighting from modes of transport