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    Hi,

    There is two"in" the following sentences. Is there any problem in terms of grammar?

    Thanks for the valuable comments. All of the modifications are highlighted in color in the revised edition of the paper.

    Thanks,

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    Re: highlight

    It's grammatical. There are two 'in' because there are two prepositional phrases beginning with 'in'.

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