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    Exclamation Redundancy rules

    What does it mean that 'If...then...' is a usual format of redundancy rules? I need an example.

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    Default Re: Redundancy rules

    If it rains, then I will take an umbrella.
    If it rains, I will take an umbrella.
    There's no difference in meaning between the two, so then serves no purpose- it's redundant.

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