She came in in a wheelchair. Do I need a comma between the two repeated words?

  • While you don't need a comma, your ear told you there is a problem with "in in" as is. The common fix is to change one. If "in a wheelchair" is hard to change, change "came in" to entered or such. – Yosef Baskin Dec 18 '19 at 15:03

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