Grammar Patterns

V from n or V from n into n; V into n

V from n or V from n into n; V into n

All these verbs have the pattern V into n. The verbs change, metamorphose, and turn also have the pattern V from n into n. The other verbs have all three patterns.
He is likely to find that the atmosphere has changed from loving concern into something more highly charged and dangerous.
Why, after all those years of marriage, did I change into someone else?
Birds are supposed to have evolved from reptiles.
Thousands of species appeared on the scene, some of which eventually evolved into the flora and fauna we see around us today.
  • change
  • develop
  • evolve
  • fade
  • metamorphose
  • retreat
  • turn
  • vanish
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