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Hello all,

Let's 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.
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"Terms and Conditions apply" is right.
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Oh, really? Ah, that means I'm wrong all this while. Can you explain to me the difference between those two? Thanks a lot Emotion: smile
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.
Victorycountry"Terms and Conditions apply" is right.

Hello Victorycountry,

Thanks a lot for your reply.
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"Terms and Conditions apply" means they apply, i.e. are in effect.

"Terms and Conditions applied" may mean they applied in the past, which would be wrong. Or it may mean an ellipsis on "Terms and Conditions are applied," which doesn't sound so bad. Anyway, this would generate a confusion.

Thus, apply is the norm.
Marius Hancu"Terms and Conditions apply" means they apply, i.e. are in effect.

"Terms and Conditions applied" may mean they applied in the past, which would be wrong. Or it may mean an ellipsis on "Terms and Conditions are applied," which doesn't sound so bad. Anyway, this would generate a confusion.

Thus, apply is the norm.
Marius, Thank you so much. Emotion: big smile

Starget1Hello all,Let's 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.
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