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    #1

    Our office has twenty computers in it.

    Hello.

    Please look at these sentences below.

    1. There are twenty computers in our office.
    2. Our office has twenty computers in it.

    Is 'in it' required in #2? I feel the sentence is fine without it.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: Our office has twenty computers in it.

    It's fine without 'in it'.

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