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(I will be) in your neck of the woods (tomorrow): (I will be) near the place where you live or work (tomorrow)
Xiachao mistakenly says 'your neck of the forest', which is close, but incorrect.
- "Anyhow, next week I will be in your ‘neck of the forest'* (again, I hope I've used the expression correctly)."
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