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Incase

Incase or In case – What’s the difference?

“Incase” and “In case” are two words that have caused lots of confusion in recent times. “In case” is a phrase which introduces a condition, while “Incase” is a variant of the word “encase.” In case is a conjunction that indicates a condition that can replace ‘if‘. This occurs when the phrase starts the sentence. …

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