Hand In – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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HAND IN
Hand in the means to submit. We usually use hand in when you need to submit or give something officially to someone.

  • You need to hand in your homework by tomorrow!
  • In order to get paid on time, you need to hand in your timesheet on Thursdays.
  • Please complete this application and then hand it in to the receptionist.

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