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    What is the difference in the meaning between "if(1)" and "if(2)".
    1. It doesn't matter if you don't win every time.
    2. It would be nice if we could spend more time together.

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    Re: if

    The first sentence expresses a fact, and the second a wish.

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    Re: if

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    What is the difference in the meaning between "if(1)" and "if(2)".
    1. It doesn't matter if you don't win every time.
    2. It would be nice if we could spend more time together.
    What difference in meaning do you see?

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