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If, Then.

Work is upon me.  I must go to work.  If I don’t go to work, then new toys will be out of reach.  There will no premium food.  No drinking exorbitant amounts of name brand soda.  No taking the summers off.  If I don’t work, then I will be miserable.  Anybody remember the conditional statement portion of any grammar class?  “If (hypothesis)”  “Then” (outcome)  

“If I don’t go to work, then I will lose my job.”  You don’t see it very often in today’s writing–anywhere.  If I chose not to go to work, then I will regret it while lying in bed.  If I fail to attend my job, then I will be writing about the miserable outcomes.  If I go to work, then I will be happy.  LOL    Grammar is like math, and the latter equation can be changed so easily.  It’s time to go to work.   

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