Student or Learner
Is there subtle difference in the meaning between "1" and "2"?
1. It's ok if you eat junk food sometimes.
2. It's ok to eat junk food sometimes.
Retired English Teacher
Not really, in my opinion.
They mean the same if you're using 1. to mean 2.
Originally Posted by wowenglish1
If you're using 1. as a conditional where "It" refers to something outside the sentence, they don't mean the same.