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    If/when

    Hi,
    can you explain me the diffenrence between "if" and "when", when should I use IF and when "WHEN", thanks

  2. #2

    Re: If/when

    IF - it's condition:
    I'll answer your question if You pay me / on condition that you would pay/

    When - it's about time:
    I'll answer your question when You pay me / after you pay/

  3. #3

    Re: If/when

    thanks, and can you say e.g. "in the case when 2 companies are taken over"

  4. #4

    Re: If/when

    I can

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