'If' and 'when': BBC English Class
'If' and 'when'. 'When' and 'if'. Both are, of course, very common words in English, but using them can sometimes be confusing. But never fear, Dan's here with some sweet grammar tips to make sure you know the important differences between them!
Learners' Questions: using 'better off' and 'well off'
Mariano in Spain says: How do I understand the sentence we are better off than you. Does it always refer to questions related to money?