How to Conjugate Move In
- Infinitive: Move In
- Present Tense: Move In/ Moves In
- -ing Form: Moving In
- Past Tense: Moved In
- Past Participle: Moved In
Definitions of Move In:
1. When you bring your personal belongings and stuff to a new place where you will live. Yesterday’s phrasal verb, Move Out, has the opposite meaning.
Examples: My friends haven’t moved in to their new apartment yet.
We bought a new house, but we can’t move in until some repairs are made.
2. When you bring objects into a new place.
Examples: We need to move the apples in from the garage.
When it started raining, I moved everything in and closed the door.
3. When you go to live with other people.
Examples: We will move in with my family soon.
When my sister moves in with me, I’ll have someone to talk to.
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