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    On (the) condition that

    Are the following sentences okay? Are there any differences in meaning?


    1. I will go there on condition that he guides me.
    2. I will go there on condition that he guide me.
    3. I will go there on the condition that he guides me.
    4. I will go there on the condition that he guide me.


    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: On (the) condition that

    Quote Originally Posted by Snappy View Post
    Are the following sentences okay? Are there any differences in meaning?


    1. I will go there on condition that he guides me.
    2. I will go there on condition that he guide me.
    3. I will go there on the condition that he guides me.
    4. I will go there on the condition that he guide me.


    Thank you in advance.
    They are all correct and there is no difference in meaning.

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