I learned from this tutorial that there are three forms of phrasal verbs:
- verb + adverb
- verb + preposition
- verb + adverb + preposition
And I find two phrases online, namely "loop someone in" and "loop someone into a discussion", and then I think "loop someone in" follows the first structure while "loop someone into a discussion" the second.
My questions are the following:
- Am I right in the above analysis?
- is the second one("loop someone into a discussion") idiomatic?
- if the second one is idiomatic, is "loop someone into chatting" idiomatic?
- can the above three phrases be used in the context that someone invites me into a WhatsApp group?
- if they are appropriate in the above context, are these three sayings idiomatic? a. "Thanks for looping me in"; b. "Thanks for looping me into this chat group"; c. "Thanks for looping me into this discussion"