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    Should or if?

    Is it grammatically correct to exchange the word "should" for "if"?


    "Should the EU leaders agree in principle on the need for more sanctions, they will instruct their foreign ministers to settle the technical details…"

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    Re: Should or if?

    Quote Originally Posted by motico View Post
    Is it grammatically correct to exchange the word "should" for "if"?


    "Should the EU leaders agree in principle on the need for more sanctions, they will instruct their foreign ministers to settle the technical details…"
    Yes, you could substitute "if" for "should".

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