Which is better?
"In the event..." or "In the eventuality..."
Eventuality is the possibility of an event, but if you are describing a hypothetical situation, does that mean that "in the eventuality" is better?
For example, say Hilary Clinton ran for president in 2016. Would it better to say
"In the eventuality that she won, Ms Clinton would be the first female president of the US" or would "In the event.." be better?
Are there instances in which "in the event" would be better?
How about just "if she wins"?
Sorry, the example given might not have been great; I was primarily interested in the contrast between "event" and "eventuality".