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    Question join in

    our teacher has told us that `join inŽis only possible at the end of the sentence, but today I have read a text where it was not at the end. can somebody tell me why?


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    Re: join in

    Quote Originally Posted by gar View Post
    our teacher has told us that `join inŽis only possible at the end of the sentence, but today I have read a text where it was not at the end. can somebody tell me why?
    I have no problem with "join in" being in the middle of the sentence.

    John joined in with the rest of the office and offered congratulations on Bob's new promotion.

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