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    Smile join in your group

    Do you think Rachel can join in your group when you prepare to do the presentation?


    Which sounds better to you in the above, join in or join your group? Thanks.

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    Default Re: join in your group

    "Join your group" or Join in" [without "your group"] = either will do, though to ask if she can join in implies that she will be participating in your presentation.

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    Thanks, Anglika.
    Got it.

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