to sneak in/into/out of (Separable Phrasal Verb)
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TO SNEAK INTO A HOUSE

Definition: to enter or leave a place quietly and secretly, with great caution.

Remark 1: the past tense and past participle of sneak in/into is either sneaked in/into or snuck in/into.

Remark 2: Sneak out is the opposite of sneak in/into.

Examples:

“I sneaked into my brother’s room while he was playing outside.”

“She will sneak out tonight as soon as her parents are asleep.”

Exercise: 

1. Yesterday, I _________ high school to meet my girlfriend by the pond.

2. She still had keys for the house, so she ______ the house with her co-worker and friend Roy and took all of her stuff.

3. After Teresa avoided any Militia men, she managed _______ the compound.

ANSWERS:

1. Yesterday, I sneaked (or snuck) out of high school to meet my girlfriend by the pond.

2. She still had keys for the house, so she snuck into the house with her co-worker and friend Roy and took all of her stuff.

3. After Teresa avoided any Militia men, she managed to sneak in the compound.