I missed this update. I will have to look into that.
This phrasal verb means, “to examine the facts about a problem or situation”.
It’s like “investigar” o “averiguar” in Spanish.
- Ha habido un problema, lo tendré que investigar.
- There has been a problem. I will need to look into it.
- There has been a problem. I will need to investigate it.
Also, it’s inseparable (you can’t separate it):
- If we don’t look into it, we will not find the problem.
If we don’t look it into, we will not find the problem.
Let’s look at some more examples:
- Could you look into the issue with the supplier?
- Look into it quickly, I need answers.
- When we looked into his payment irregularities, we found problems.
- I wish I could look into this further, but I can’t.
Great work. Now let’s look into the next phrasal verb… 🚴