should in case
The phrase "should in case" is wrong grammatically. This is because 'should' is also used as a conjunction meaning 'in case'. In that wise, using the two together amounts to a repetition.
A sentence like the one below is wrong:
Should in case you dont want me, call another person
In case you dont want me, call another person.
Should you not want me, call another person.
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