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    Smile How to use multiple "when"

    Is it correct to say

    "one may easily lose interest when he does A, when he does B, or when he does C"

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    "one may easily lose interest when he does A, does B, or does C"

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    Re: How to use multiple "when"

    Or, more simply, "One may easily lose interest when he does A, B, or C".

    By the way, in BrE we'd repeat 'one', not use 'he'.

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