I would like to know the difference in meaning between "go into" and "go inside".
Here are a couple of sentences.
- The boys went into the room.
- The boys went inside the room.
I know in the first sentence "went into" means "entered" and it's being used the preposition of movement "into". But what about the second sentence?
Is it correct?
What is it expressing?
What's the difference in meaning between these two sentences?