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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    if so or if it so

    I have a question
    is it common and correct to use
    if so or if it so ?

    for example;
    Does this room reservation is for Mr.A? if so / if it so, I think you have made wrong reservation.

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    #2

    Re: if so or if it so

    Quote Originally Posted by Sovan View Post
    Does Is this room reservation is for Mr. A?
    If so, I think you have made the wrong reservation.
    or

    Quote Originally Posted by Sovan View Post
    Does Is this room reservation is for Mr. A?
    If it is, I think you have made the wrong reservation.

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    #3

    Re: if so or if it so

    Quote Originally Posted by Sovan View Post
    I have a question Unnecessary. Just go ahead and ask it.

    Is it common and correct to use if so or if it so ?

    Start every new sentence with a capital letter.

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