You cannot use either in this sentence.
1 : for the purpose of being ready for something that might happen
▪ Bring an umbrella in case it rains. ▪ We brought extra money just in case.
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Hello.teachers. Which world can instead of the part underlined in this sentence because or if?
I will take an umbrella with me in case it rains. Thank you!
Why can't you use if? It changes the meaning, but it is a correct sentence.
I should've said You cannot use either in this sentence instead of "in case" without changing the meaning.
Teachers， Your answers seem like both can do, but both can not do. Which word can be used in this sentence on earth? How to change the meaning of this sentence?