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    using of in case,in case of

    Dear,

    I am not good in English but i still learn it every day

    today i have some problem. i studied about using of in case and incase of


    i don't know how to use it. if don't you mind i want you to teach me about this.



    thanks .

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    Re: using of in case,in case of

    Quote Originally Posted by BANK View Post
    Dear,

    I am not good in English but i still learn it every day

    today i have some problem. i studied about using of in case and incase of


    i don't know how to use it. if don't you mind i want you to teach me about this.



    thanks .
    ***NOT a teacher***Bank, good morning. I believe that "in case" is a conjunction, something like "if." Just call me in case you need some help./ "in case of" is probably a preposition (it is followed by a noun-like word). In case of a fire, use the stairs. Don't use the elevator. Thank you.

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