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  1. #1
    takezo Guest

    What is the difference?

    :D Hello! What is the difference between theses two english preps?
    "If only..."
    and
    "Only if..."
    I can't explain it to my esl friends. Thanks!
    -Takezo

  2. #2
    gwendolinest Guest
    • I would buy them if only they were cheap.
    = They are not cheap; if they were, I would buy them; and I wish they were cheap!

    • I will buy them only if they are cheap.
    = If they are expensive, I won’t buy them.

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