Conditional statement


"Should there be any inconvenience, [...]."

Is this way of writing a conditional statement wrong or correct?


Paola Salviato

See example:

Should there be any inconvenience, just contact me at the phone number reported below or via email, using this email address.
asked Feb 08 '13 at 13:27 Paola Salviato New member

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Thank you, for your kind answer. I sent an email with the sentence I mentioned to acknowledge and confirm an appointment for a job interview actually. With this additional information, do you have any further comment or advice to give me?

Kind regards,

link comment answered Feb 08 '13 at 16:24 Paola Salviato New member

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