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  1. Senior Member
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    if and when

    hi there,

    But his love of good food hasn't changed and his fans know that (if/ when) they watch an episode of Yan Can cook, they would learn to cook delicious dishes.

    Which option is correct: if or when? Any difference between 'if' and 'when'?


    • Join Date: May 2009
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    Smile Re: if and when

    I think in this case we use "if" because his fans haven't seen "an episode of Yan Can cook" yet!
    And what about the differences between "if" and "when", I think there aren't many differences between them in this case, but in the enquiring there are maybe some differences.

  2. Barb_D's Avatar
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    Re: if and when

    You can use either "when" or "if" but you should say "they will" not "they would."


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