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If you get some difficulties in learning English you can join this course. You are able to study yourself. We have an easy method to understand. You can apply this method as soon as you get the e-book. The method of learning is based on private experienced of the writer.

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In case of + noun = there is a/an + noun

In case of accident phone 911

We can also say:

If there is an accident phone 911.

In case of phone trouble call 147

We can also say:

If there is a phone trouble call 147.

In case of flat tire call 007

We can also say:

If there is a flat tire call 007.

In case of broken car call 707.

We can also say:

If there is a broken car call 707.

 

 

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Suppose/supposing = what if

Suppose the train is late?

we cab also say:

What if the train is late?

or

What will happen if the train is late?

 

Suppose no one had been here?

We can also say:

What if no one had been here?

or

What would have happened if no one had been here?

 

Suppose he comes earlier?

We can also say:

What if he comes earlier?

or

What will happen if he comes earlier?

 

Suppose everyone had been there?

we can also say:

What if everyone had been there?

or

What would have happened if everyone had been there?

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Provided(that) can replace  If when there is a strong idea of limitation or restriction.

You can camp here if you leave no mess.

We can also say:

You can camp here provided you leave no mess.

You can use this room if you leave no mess.

We can also say:

You can use this room provided you leave no mess.

You can come to my house if you would like to talk to my father.

We can also say:

You can come to my house provided you would like to talk to my father.

She can take her vacation if she has finished her duty.

We can also say:

She can take her vacation provided she has finished her duty.

 

 

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Otherwise = if this hadn’t happened

She used her calculator; otherwise she would have been longer.

We can also say:

If she hadn’t used her calculator she would have been longer.

I took an English Course; otherwise I would have been bad in English subject.

We can also say:

If I hadn’t taken an English Course I would have been bad in English subject.

He bought a new house; otherwise he could have lend you some money.

We can also say:

If he hadn’t bought a new house he could have lend you some money.

 

 

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Otherwise =¬† if this didn’t happen

His father pays his fees; otherwise he wouldn’t be here.

We can also say:

If his father didn’t pay his fees he wouldn’t be here.

I come on time; otherwise I couldn’t take my English test.

We can also say:

If I didn’t come on time I couldn’t take my English test.

She pays her fees; otherwise she couldn’t take the final test.

We can also say:

If she didn’t pay her fees she couldn’t take the final test.

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Otherwise = ‘ if it doesn’t happen

You must be back before midnight; otherwise you will be locked out.

We can also say:

If you are not back by midnight you’ll be locked out.

We must leave before five; otherwise we’ll be late for the concert.

We can also say:

If we don’t leave before five we’ll be late for the concert.

John must go early in the morning; otherwise he’ll miss the train.

We can also say:

If John doesn’t go early in the morning he’ll miss the train.

 

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but for = if it were not for/if it hadn’t been for

My car broke down.But for that we would have been in time.

We can also say:

My car broke down. If it had not been for that we would have been in time.

My father pays my fees. But for that I wouldn’t be here.

We can also say:

My father pays my fees. If it were not for that I wouldn’t be here.

I had a flat tire. But for that I would have been on time.

We can also say:

I had a flat tire. If it had not been for that I would have been on time.

My sister broke her car. But for that she would have been in time.

We can also say:

My sister broke her car. If it had not been for that she would have been in time.

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Unless + affirmative verb = if + negative

Unless you start at once you will be late.

We can also say:

If you don’t start at once you will be late.

Unless you study hard you won’t pass the exam.

We can also say:

If you don’t study hard you won’t pass the exam.

Unless you take an English course you will have bad English.

We can also say:

If you don’t take an English course you will have bad English.

Unless you had a permit you couldn’t get a job.

We can also say:

If you didn’t have a permit you couldn’t get a job.

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Whether…or

You must go tomorrow whether you are ready or not.

I must go tomorrow whether I am ready or not.

We must go tomorrow whether we are ready or not.

John must go tomorrow whether he is ready or not.

He must go tomorrow whether he is ready or not.

Mary must go tomorrow whether she is ready or not.

They must go tomorrow whether they are ready or not.