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Hi,

I was wondering if could have a look for me this sentence in red color below. What does “you’re in” mean here? I am just not sure how should I interpret this one. Does Sara just mean “next time you are in here / next time you get to the infirmary." I am not sure about it, what is your opinion? Many thanks!!

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Michael: What?

Sara: Your blood glucose is at 50 milligrams per deciliter.

Michael: So?

Sara: That's hypoglycemic. Your body's reacting to the insulin like you're not a diabetic. You're sure it's Type One diabetes you've got?

Michael: Ever since I was a kid.

Sara: All right. You're not experiencing any tingling sensation, cold sweats or... Infirmary, ( Sara got a phone call) ... ... (Then she talked to Michael) Okay. I'd like to run some tests next time you're in. Last thing I want is to be administering insulin to a man who doesn't need it.

Michael: Yeah; sure.

Sara: Okay.
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Hi,
A minor point.

I was wondering if could have a look for me this sentence in red color below.

Just say 'red', not 'red color'.

Clive
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Yeah, I think you are right considering the situation.
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Yes, "next time you're in [this place]".
Yanan27Yeah, I think you are right considering the situation.


Hi, Yanan27 and KateJS,

Thanks for your help! I get it now!!! Thank you!!

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CliveHi,
A minor point.

I was wondering if could have a look for me this sentence in red color below.

Just say 'red', not 'red color'.

Clive

Hi, Clive ,

Thanks for taking your time to correct my sentence, thank you!! I will get it right next time!

Good day!