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Jeremy Riddle

What about the difference between "in" and "inside?"

Jarrod

"Inside" can function as a noun, adjective, adverb or preposition, so that gives you a sense of its difference. If you are "in the house," you can also say you are "inside the house," or even that you are "in the houses insides." I am still debating whether inside can express movement, such as, "She went inside." I'll let you know after I have thought about it and maybe done a little more background research about its correct usage.

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