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    If you are rich, if you have enough money, you may...

    Hi,

    - If you are rich, if you have enough money, suddenly you may think that you can buy women's love.
    - If you are rich, and/or if you have enough money, suddenly you may think that you can buy women's love.

    Which one is grammatically OK? Can I use two if clauses in that way?

    Thank you.

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    Re: If you are rich, if you have enough money, you may...

    Try:

    If you were rich and you had enough money, you might think that you can buy a woman's love.



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