"provided/providing" as the meaning "if~~" is used when you need more information. Example - "I can answer your question, PROVIDED you give me a question." Here I use provided because I needed you to give me a question so that I can answer it. Understandable?
@adk0075 yes, kind of :^) still confused though 😅 so when i use the word provided/providing as a conjunction, it means if~ and when i use the word provide as a ver, it means give someone something, right?
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