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    Should you require or If you require ??

    Hi

    I always read these sentences in letters

    Should you require assistance, please contact our accountant

    If you require assistance, please contact our accountant.

    What is the difference between the two? thank you

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    Re: Should you require or If you require ??

    Both mean the same thing but the first is more formal.

    not a teacher

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