Correct Usage of The Conjunction UNLESS and IF



Correct Usage of The Conjunction UNLESS and IF :



UNLESS & IF

The Conjunction UNLESS means if not. But in practice it is often confused with IF.

1. Unless you do not work hard, you will fail. (Incorrect)
2. If you do not work hard, you will fail. (Correct)

1. Unless you have no objection, I will come tomorrow. (Incorrect)
2. If you have no objection, I will come tomorrow. (Correct)

Also note the following : Correct Usage of The Conjunctions

1. I shall not do the work unless you do not pay me more money. (Incorrect)
2. I shall not do the work unless you pay me more money. (Correct)

1. You will fail unless you do not work harder. (Incorrect)
2. You will fail unless you work harder. (Correct)

1. Work hard lest you should not fail. (Incorrect)
2. Work hard lest you should fail. (Correct)

1. You will go on failing until you do not try hard. (Incorrect)
2. You will go on failing until you try hard. (Correct)



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