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    #1

    Is this correct?


    The key to the cupboard is with Mr. Fish should you need anything.

    or

    The key to the cupboard is with Mr. Fish in case you need anything.
    Last edited by GBEMY; 24-Aug-2010 at 17:59.

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    #2

    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by GBEMY View Post

    The key to the cupboard is with Mr. Fish should you need to take anything.
    [NOT A TEACHER]

    Cupboard's key is with Mr. Fish. Do you need to take something from the cupboard?

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    #3

    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by GBEMY View Post

    The key to the cupboard is with Mr. Fish should you need anything.

    or

    The key to the cupboard is with Mr. Fish in case you need anything.
    They are both correct.

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    #4

    Re: Is this correct?

    Don't both sentences need a comma after Mr. Fish?

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    #5

    Re: Is this correct?

    No.

    But if you invert the sentences a comma would be needed:

    'Should you need anything, the key....'

    Rover

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