Is "go into college" different from "go to college"?
No, not really. "Go to college" and "go into college" are similar in meaning. However, "go into college" sounds rather odd in English. You will usually hear "go to college" instead of "go into college," or "I got into college." You don't typically hear "go into college." Ex: She will go to college in the fall. Ex: He wants to get into college to study biology. Ex: I want to go to college to become a nurse. Ex: He went into college to study mathematics.
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