LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||07/SET/2005 1:32 PM|
|Assunto:||"If you wish to not..." vs. "If you|
Hey, English Lovers!!
Sorry friends, but I couldn't find in any book the word "wish" in an "if clause"; I' ve foud that after "if clauses" :
I.G. : If you don't want to receive more... (I think it's common)
"wish is an ordinary verb, but I think they don't use it in if clauses!!!
If you don't wish....
Am I wrong?
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