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    Exclamation incase .. if

    Dear members,

    Do we use 'if' with 'incase'. For instance:
    Incase if the report comes, you can start work on that.

    Best Regards

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    Re: incase .. if

    Quote Originally Posted by deeppra View Post
    Dear members,

    Do we use 'if' with 'incase'. For instance:
    Incase if the report comes, you can start work on that.

    Best Regards
    No, 'In case the report comes....' or 'If the report comes....'

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    Re: incase .. if

    But you may have heard: "In case of..." which is correct, when followed by a noun.

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