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Dong Jae
Can you explain me about this sentence have two 'if' if you are unable to ask me if you are thinking/wondering whether your korean is correct or not, you can use this site My friend teach me this sentence above but i wonder how can i use two if then how many 'if' can i use ^^
Mar 31, 2008 6:07 AM
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it's more a matter of flow. you can use it that way and no one will think twice about it. you can use it as often as you can keep up!LOL! it is like saying "are you thinking what i think you are thinking?" you dont need to use it that many times but, it would usually work. it would be better to say," if you are unable to ask me -if or whether- your korean is correct." you can use "if" for each possibility in the sentence:)
March 31, 2008
Let me rephrase.... "If you are asking whether you are wondering whether your Korean is correct or not..." The second "if" means "whether". Actuallay you could have 3 ifs here: "If you are unable to ask me if you are wondering if your Korean is correct or not...." BTW.."thinking" in the sentence is incorrect!
March 31, 2008
Dong Jae
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Korean
Learning Language
English, Japanese