Study the information about phrasal verbs. In/out
1. In = into a room, a car, building
You can say go in, come in, walk in, break in
I am moving in next week.
I am moving into my flat on Monday.
As soon as I got to the airport, I checked in.
2. Out = out of the/a room, a building, a car
Tim opened the window and looked out.
We can say go out, get out, move out, let smb. out
He walked out.
3. Remember other verbs with in
Drop in, call in = visit smb. for a short time arranging to do this
Join in = take part in an activity that is already going on
Plug in an electrical machine = connect it to the electricity supply
Fill in a form = write the necessary information on a form
Take smb. in = deceive smb
Please fill in the application from.
The fridge is not working because you haven’t plugged it in.
We are playing a game. Why don’t you join in?
4. Remember the verbs with out.
Eat out = eat at a restaurant, not at home
Drop out of college/university = stop before you have completely finished a course
Get out of smth.= avoid doing it
Leave out = omit it, not include it
Cross smth. out/rub out
Some of the names had been crossed out.
Raymond Murphy. English Grammar in Use- Cambridge: CUP, 379p.