I could not enter through the door so I was forced to climb ... a window.
- a) in
- b) into
- c) out of
- d) between
I am confused between into/in.
Reason: Into because into is used to indicate movement from outside to inside
But the answer given is in.
Also, between cannot be used because the sentence is not used to talk about 2 things.
Out of: I found the following meanings of out of. None of them correlates with my sentence.
1) indicating the source or derivation of something; from: a bench fashioned out of a fallen tree trunk
2) having (the thing mentioned) as a motivation: she did it out of spite.
3) from among (a number): nine times out of ten.
4) not having (a particular thing): they had run out of cash.
Can anyone guide me how to approach the problem?