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  1. englishhobby's Avatar
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    #1

    if you pass through/if you are passing through

    Are both sentences correct? Is there any difference in meaning?
    1) Come and stay with us if you pass through New York.
    2) Come and stay with us
    if you are passing through New York.
    If I were a native speaker of English, I would never shut up. :-)

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    #2

    Re: if you pass through/if you are passing through

    Both sentences work and mean the same thing.

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