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    when should you use "as if" and when should "as though" be used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary j
    when should you use "as if" and when should "as though" be used?
    They are pretty much interchangeable. If I had to differentiate them at all, I would say that "as if" is a tiny bit more speculative than "as though", but they are so close in meaning that it probably doesn't matter. :wink:

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