- When do we use in instead of to ?
For example, a common error I see is:
I am going in Miami
which is wrong and should be
I am going to Miami
My understanding is "to" is used when referring to movement and "in" is used when emphasizing events that occurred in a place.
Another confusing example is:
Go to (OR) in the sitting room.
Can you clarify which would be correct in this case?