“into”的英式发音 [ˈɪntə] ， 美式发音 [ˈɪntu] 。
to a position in or inside sth 到…里面；进入
Come into the house.
She dived into the water.
He threw the letter into the fire.
(figurative)She turned and walked off into the night.
in the direction of sth 朝；向；对着
Speak clearly into the microphone.
Driving into the sun, we had to shade our eyes.
to a point at which you hit sb/sth 撞上；碰上
The truck crashed into a parked car.
to a point during a period of time 到（一段时间的某一点）
She carried on working late into the night.
He didn't get married until he was well into his forties.
used to show a change in state （表示状态的变化）
The fruit can be made into jam.
Can you translate this passage into German?
They came into power in 2003.
She was sliding into depression.
used to show the result of an action （表示行动的结果）
He was shocked into a confession of guilt.
about or concerning sth 关于；有关
an inquiry into safety procedures
used when you are dividing numbers （用于除数）除
3 into 24 is 8.