One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
If that is or will be the situation.‘‘I'm free this evening.’ ‘In that case, why not have dinner with me?’’
- ‘He plays with serious emotion, and in that case, he let the emotion get the best of him.’
- ‘Even your subjects, in that case, will be people who are similar to residents of Hong Kong.’
- ‘You'd have no guarantees it would be reported fairly in that case either, do you?’
- ‘The solution in that case would be to take time off to recover fully and come back stronger.’
- ‘Indeed, the death toll could have been even more horrible in that case.’
- ‘Wouldn't marriage guidance be better in that case than searing honesty?’
- ‘As Mr Jones knows, that is a misrepresentation of what would happen in that case.’
- ‘The pandemic might actually be the least of the world's worries in that case.’
- ‘One of my cows died a while back, and in that case, the crows ate it up in a matter of hours.’
- ‘So we see this enormous and aggressive response from the government in that case.’
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