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Hello all,

Let say I'm advertising one of my product with the following as example:

Product's Package Features

- Free ..... (worth USD 100)

- Free ..... (worth USD 100)

- Free 90 ....(worth USD47)

- Free 150 ..... (worth USD 100)

* Terms and Conditions apply OR * Terms and Conditions applied

So,my question is, do I write "apply" or "applied" for the above example? For me, I personally think it's "applied". Please help me. Thanks a lot.

I posted this previously in another thread but I'm still confused and need further help. So far, there was one reply towards my question and the answer he/she told me was "Terms and Conditions Apply". Can someone please help explain the difference between "apply" and "applied" ? Please help explain if you know.. Please. When should I use "apply" and when should I use "applied" ? Because I see that some people use Terms and Conditions applied and some use Terms and Conditions apply.

Thank you.
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tile witty 802
  1. Who is applying the Terms and Conditions? It is not anyone who is applying the TERMS and Conditions so Past or Present Tense do not work here at all.

2. The APPLIED here is like "You will be BANNED from entering this vicinity"

Sorry, Tile Witty, please do not give erroneous advice here. Besides, "entering this vicinity" is poor and unnatural English.

yes agree on this, thats y I always tot its 'T&C applied'.

example: File attached, but not file 'attaches', cuz file ain't a person or wut so 'it' cant attach!
so

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suzfong

yes agree on this, thats y I always tot its 'T&C applied'.

example: File attached, but not file 'attaches', cuz file ain't a person or wut so 'it' cant attach!
so

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Please post here in proper English.