When a language presents two different words used in two different yet similar cases where your first language uses just one word, it becomes a little tricky. In German the conditional words “wenn” and “ob” pose a problem for many English speakers. This is true especially because “wenn” sounds like the English word “when”, which is one of the meanings. But they also both mean “if”.
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