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can someone tell me meaning of these?
With the of, the threatened thing does happen: 'In case of fire, break glass. - that is, it may not happen, but if it does there's something you should definitely do: 'In case of rain, open your umbrella.'
PS - In case you hadn't noticed, 'in case of' requires a noun (or a gerund - 'In case of your not having noticed...' )
Last edited by BobK; 25-Mar-2007 at 12:18. Reason: PS added