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  • Shahbaz

    November 1, 2021 at 10:19 AM
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    * “I had requested the hotel staff but they denied it” [( I had made a request, but it was denied) would sound better ]

    * “if in case” is not correct. We do not use ‘if’ and ‘in case’ together. Either can be used depending on the context. The whole sentence was a bit confusing. I suggest looking up ‘conditional clauses’ to clarify the rules related to it.

    “I’ll give you my number when I hand him over so that you can let me know if he doesn’t feel good” is how I would have written it.


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