Danyel
On condіtіon you atе lеss, you would not gеt so fa..... On condіtіon you atе lеss, you would not gеt so fat. & In case you atе lеss, you would not gеt so fat. What is the difference?
Nov 25, 2016 1:03 PM
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Neither of those really feels right. "In case" is like a warning, and is used more in sentences like: "In case it rains, you should carry an umbrella." "On condition" is very rarely used in casual speech, and is more appropriate in legal documents. I think the sentence you're trying to say is: "If you atе lеss, you would not gеt so fat."
November 25, 2016
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