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    Hi,

    What does the "in" mean in this sentence?

    Liver cells are the cells that the parasite can actually make copies of itself in once it enters the human body.

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: in

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Hi,

    What does the "in" mean in this sentence? "
    Liver cells are the cells that the parasite can actually make copies of itself in once it enters the human body.

    "in" means/refers to the inside the liver cells, which is where the parasite makes copies of itself.

    The parasite makes copies of itself in the liver cells.
    In the liver cells is where the parasite makes copies of itself.
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    Re: in

    Liver cells are the cells that the parasite can actually make copies of itself in once it enters the human body.
    Liver cells are the cells in which the parasite can actually make copies of itself.

    The "bug" or parasite must be "in" or inside the cell to copy or replicate itself.....sounds like a nasty disease to me.

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