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I'm not sure of this please.

Which would you say?

1 What the difference if you leave in "ON" or not.

2 What the difference between if you leave in "On" or not.

How would you say it?

and does this make sense? How would you say these 3 please?

3 Do you know how I know she'll be back?

4 Its normal you're bored all the time./for you to be bored. You're wife's idea of a good time is watching TV. (can you use THAT ?)

5 This place is more packed on Mondays than (on) Saturdays.

thank you
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The following are correct.

What's the difference if you leave in "on" or not?
What's the difference between leaving in "on" and omitting it?
Do you know how I know she'll be back? (same)
It's normal for you to be bored. Your wife's idea of a good time is watching TV.
It's normal (that) you're bored all the time. Your wife's idea of a good time is watching TV.
This place is more packed on Mondays than on Saturdays. (same)

CJ
Hello CJ,

Could I ask you what you think of this sentence?

1 Is there a difference in meaning between if you use x word from Y word?/between using X and Y./in meaning if you use X and/or Y?

Thank you so much
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Hello CJ,

Could I ask you to please help me with this?

1 Is there a difference in meaning between if you use x word from Y word?/between using X and Y./in meaning if you use X and/or Y?

2 There won't be that big a difference in weight (between) if you put it in and/or if you don't./than if you don't put it in.

Thank you
alc241 Is there a difference in meaning between if you use x word from Y word?/between using X and Y./in meaning if you use X and/or Y?

2 There won't be that big a difference in weight (between) if you put it in and/or if you don't./than if you don't put it in.
You are making things unnecessarily complicated.

1 Is there a difference between X and Y? / Is there a difference between using X and using Y?

2 It doesn't weigh much (so it doesn't matter whether you put in it or not).

CJ
Ok Thank you for making it easier.

I just want to know if you can say

Is there a difference BETWEEN IF....?

Thank you
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Hello CJ,

Could you please tell me how to properly say these 2 sentences, it's really important.

Whether the meat has been left outside to thaw makes no difference. There is no difference between if your meat is frozen or thawed.

Thank you
Which is right please?

Can you give me input

What's the difference if we're having chicken or beef?

What difference doesn't it make if we're having chicken or beef?