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    Default in the event vs in event

    Please explain to me the difference between "in the event and in event" and "in case of and in the case of" - meany thanks.

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    Default Re: in the event vs in event

    Quote Originally Posted by olegv View Post
    Please explain to me the difference between "in the event and in event" and "in case of and in the case of" - meany thanks.
    I can't say I can think of a use for "in event".
    How would you use "in case of" and "in the case of"?

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