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    #1

    get in

    I have to get in the invoice by Thursday as my boss ordered.

    I have asked him to get a plumber in to put in the pipe for our wash basin.

    Are these two sentences correct?

    Please help me.

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    #2

    Re: get in

    In the first, it should be 'get the invoice in'.

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