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    usages of "if"

    it's of two letters but puzzling word. i'll be very grateful if my teacher shows me how to use it properly & smplifies its rules.. Regards

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    Re: usages of "if"

    Quote Originally Posted by ali fawzi View Post
    it's of two letters but puzzling word. i'll be very grateful if my teacher shows me how to use it properly & smplifies its rules.. Regards
    Hello,
    You've used "if" appropriately in your question; and no doubt you have looked it up in a dictionary. What problem are you having with it?

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    Re: usages of "if"

    If you really want to look at if in depth, try this: http://www.gramorak.com/Articles/If.pdf

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