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I will really appreciate some help.
1)Is the preposition "in" OK in the sentence "they had a conversation in which they agreed ..."?
2)Is it possible to say "they met tete-a-tete"? If yes, which order is OK "they met in London tete-a-tete" or "they met tete-a-tete in London"?
3)Is it correct to use "many" in the context: "how many forces will remain in Afghanistan"?
Thank you very much for your help.

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    1. Yes, as long as you don't repeat "in" unnecessarily later in the sentence.

    2. All are fine.

    3. Yes, that's correct.

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