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Correct Sentence



saraswathibai
India

Correct Sentence
 
Hi All,
 I want a clarification as which is the correct sentence  "I will not give you chocolate if you don īt do your homework" or "I will not give you chocolate if you won īt do your homework" 

10 Jul 2012      



yanogator
United States

They are both correct, but there is a difference in attitude. The first is a statement of fact. If no homework is done, no chocolate is given. The second is a statement of willingness. If you refuse to do the homework, you won īt receive chocolate.
 
I hope this helps you.
Bruce

10 Jul 2012     



saraswathibai
India

Thank you so much

11 Jul 2012