1. Into v/s In to
Into: The preposition 'into' indicates direction or motion, as in going inside of something.
We drove into the city
In to: This means, in order to
In order to get ice, you need to freeze some water.
2. Ask for v/s Ask to
Ask for: The preposition 'ask for' is used to make a request for an object(noun)
I asked for a doughnut and orange juice.
Ask to: The preposition 'ask to' is used to request for an action(verb)
My mother asked me to clean my room.
3. Think of v/s think about
Think of: The preposition ''think of'' means to have an idea or image of someone or something in your mind.
Think of a number between one to ten
Think about: To 'think about' means to concentrate on a certain thing in order to understand it, remember it, or make a decision about it.
This beautiful scene made me think about our last holiday.
4. Heard of v/s heard about
Heard of: Heard of implies, the speaker is aware of the existence of something
I have heard of this wonderful magic.
Heard about: Heard about implies, the speaker know details and has a complete knowledge of something
I have never heard about that policy before.
5. Among v/s between
Among: Among is used for several things
An elk stood among the trees.
Between: Between is used for describe only two things
Anne’s shop is between the library and a diner.
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