How to use providing that / provided conditionals in english grammar lessons

It would be greatly appreciated if somebody could throw a light into if there is any difference between these? It would be necessary that I mention the fact that I know we could omit "that". Just my specific question is about only the following.

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Are you trying to lớn use these in a specific context?

Provided that is the one that"s more often used as a conjunction.It means that one thing happening is dependent on another thing happening.

I will come visit you provided that my oto gets new tires.

Provided that this project succeeds, I will get a promotion.

Sometimes people drop the that and only use provided & it means the same thing.

Mark will come khổng lồ the wedding provided Alice is not there.

Providing is usually a size of the verb to lớn provide và means to supply/give.

He is providing the food.

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I don"t know if providing that is used a conjunction. Maybe some places? It"s not in American English as far as I know.


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They are synonyms, you can replace them in a sentence.

I will come visit you provided that my oto gets new tires.

I will come visit you providing my car gets new tires.


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Both providing (that) and provided (that) can be used. The oxford book has even the following sentence written in it.. I"ll come with you providing that Bill doesn"t mind.


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