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I want to join your team.

I want to join in your team.


Thanks

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faisalkhanWhich one is correct?

The first one. No 'in'.

CJ

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"Join in" is is used when we refer to involving in an activity with other people.

They are teaching the poor children. Why don't you join in?

So, I think join is all right in your sentence.

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