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    Smile Even though I have enough money

    Even though I have enough money to buy an expensive car, i don't have anywhere to park it.
    Even if I had enough money to buy an expensive car, i don't have anywhere to park it.



    Does the first sentense sound as right as the second one? Thanks.


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    Re: Even though I have enough money

    Yes - it says you have the money but nowhere to put the car; the second says you neither have the money nor anywhere to put the car.

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    Re: Even though I have enough money

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Yes - it says you have the money but nowhere to put the car; the second says you neither have the money nor anywhere to put the car.
    Hi Anglika

    Please tell me what type of if clause is the second sentence.
    Would it sound better if I said :
    Even if I had enough money...I wouldn`t have anywhere to park it? If so, what is the difference?

    Thank you very much in advance.

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