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  1. matilda

    Talking 231-providing/provided

    Hello all

    I need the difference between (providing) and (provided) as adverbs. I looked at the dictionary but I didn't find satisfying. Please explain me their use and make some examples, if possible.

    Thank you all


    • Join Date: May 2006
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    Re: 231-providing/provided

    Both are used as a conjunction meaning "one the condition that; if; as long as." I prefer "provided that": St Luke's requested the tax exemption based on parts of state law that allow tax exemptions for property, provided that the company doesn't profit by it.


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