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    Should I fail to get the money v.s. If I fail to get the money

    Hello, everyone.

    I'd like to know what the difference between these two sentences is.

    Many thanks

    Richard

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    Re: Should I fail to get the money v.s. If I fail to get the money

    Quote Originally Posted by cubezero3 View Post
    Hello, everyone.

    I'd like to know what the difference between these two sentences is.

    Many thanks

    Richard
    There is no real difference in meaning.

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    Re: Should I fail to get the money v.s. If I fail to get the money

    Cubezero, note that they are not sentences as there is no main verb.

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