January 24, 2010 By Angela Boothroyd
To move in is to start living in a new place, and to put all your furniture and personal possessions into your new home.
Examples of use:
1. Q. When are you moving house?
A. I moved in last week. Here’s my new address.
2. Louise and Simon have bought a new house and they are moving in today.
To move in together is to start living with someone else – usually someone you are having a romantic relationship with.
Example of use:
Peter and Carol got engaged yesterday, and they plan to move in together next month
infinitive – move in
present simple – move in and moves in
-ing form – moving in
past simple – moved in
past participle – moved in
See also, move out and sell up
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