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    Apex 2000

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    Hello ,

    can we say: He "gets in here" every time he wants to see me?

    Thanks

    El

    You can, but it depends upon where 'in here' is! If, say, it is into your car then it makes perfect sense.


    Thanks a lot Apex 2000. In that case, i'm talking about a room (my office), I understand it is correct then, am I right?

    Thanks again
    El

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    Re: Apex 2000

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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Hello ,

    can we say: He "gets in here" every time he wants to see me?

    Thanks

    El

    You can, but it depends upon where 'in here' is! If, say, it is into your car then it makes perfect sense.


    Thanks a lot Apex 2000. In that case, i'm talking about a room (my office), I understand it is correct then, am I right?

    Thanks again
    El
    Better in that case would be - he comes in here.

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