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    Which one of these words look better in the following sentence? "You will fail the exam unless you start (to study) or (studying)"

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    Re: Condtional

    Quote Originally Posted by Paulys View Post
    Which one of these words look better in the following sentence? "You will fail the exam unless you start (to study) or (studying)"
    I would say: "You will fail the exam unless you study." or "You will fail the exam unless you start studying (for it)."

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