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--- D Tse <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Yes, but just to clarify, that is when "in" means
"in the middle of" or "out of (X and Y)".  But, if you
mean to express "in (his house)" then you can just
use _ni_ in Japanese.  Sometimes, even _de_ is used,
as
in the case "I go in his car" (kare no kuruma de iku).
>>

> However, "de" is more the manner by which one
> travels...

Good point.


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