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  1. B45
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    Telling my colleague that we got eight orders to prepare. She says: You don't have

    Telling my colleague that we got eight orders to prepare. She says:

    You don't have to do it/them now.

    Are both okay here?

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    Re: Telling my colleague that we got eight orders to prepare. She says: You don't h

    No. Only "them" works. There are multiple orders.

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