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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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Hi,

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.

'Apply'.

What you are really saying is 'these terms and conditions apply every day, to anyone who buys this product at any time'. You're not just talking about the past, so don't say 'applied'.

Best wishes, Clive
CliveHi,

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.

'Apply'.

What you are really saying is 'these terms and conditions apply every day, to anyone who buys this product at any time'. You're not just talking about the past, so don't say 'applied'.

Best wishes, Clive

Hi Clive, Thank you so much.. Now I understand. Emotion: smile
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it's 'apply' not applied
Well but i think "applied" here is a passive condition (not past tense)..

for example: The book read by you is mine
The response which fulfills the meaning most accurately is "Terms and Conditions Apply". If you make an offer to purchase or deal a the company making the offer and they request that you alter your offer for example from 75 of the items instead to 100. They could then respond to you stating that your order needs to be amended as Terms and Conditions required have not been applied by you, then applied will make sense. Alternatively they could inform you that your order was not accepted because Terms and conditions were not applied, the meaning would be better expressed as you have not complied with the Terms and Conditions.
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Yes i saw a lot written Terms and Conditions apply.
apply means 'current'
applied is past tense.

the correct way is 'terms & conditions apply