Is "put together into something" a kind of an idiom? Could you explain about it?
Sure! "Put together into something" is sort of like an idiom. It's a weird, grammatical phrase that means to combine information, ideas, etc. in order to study and/or analyze it. It can also be used in a literal sense where you "put together something" into an object, such as pictures into a photo-book. It all depends on the context. The way it is used in this video is combining information to study it. Ex: The game creators each work on a separate part of the game and then they are put together into the final product. Ex: All of their pictures were put together into a scrapbook.
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