Wed 5 Jun, 2019 01:40 pm
Is it correct to say that "to check on someone" and "to check in on someone" share the same meaning?
If not, when should I use each of them?
Would you please give me a couple of examples?
IMO they mean the same thing, but I would never say "check in on someone".
"Check on" implies no personal contact. "Check in on" implies physically entering someone's presence.