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|present participle||going into|
|past tense||went into|
|past participle||gone into|
Alex has decided to go into nursing.
Eric went into the army right after high school.
That’s a good question, but I don’t want to go into it now.
The company is refusing to go into detail about its offer.
Over 50% of the budget went into the design of the equipment.
Months of hard work have gone into making tonight’s ceremony a success.
5 goes into 25 5 times.
4 into 20 goes 5.
9 into 23 won’t go.
Her car went into a dangerous spin.
Fur sales went into a steep decline last month.
One of the victims went into a coma and died.
He went into a long rant about the high price of gasoline.
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