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    When do you use envolve and when involve

    I still don't understand the difference.

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    Re: When do you use envolve and when involve

    Welcome to the forum, Promethious.

    Where did you encounter 'envolve'? It's not a standard English word.

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    Re: When do you use envolve and when involve

    If "envolve" is a word, it is simply an alteration of "involve". In that case there would be no difference in meaning.

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    Re: When do you use envolve and when involve

    When do you use envolve and when involve
    I would say never and always respectively.

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    Re: When do you use envolve and when involve

    @Promethious: I would also like to know where you came across "envolve."
    Perhaps you meant "evolve."

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