Using ” in the event of ” in English


” in the event of “ is used to say what will happen if or when something happens. 

  • ” in the event of “ is a phrase which is used with a noun. 
  • ” in the event of “ is used if we want to say “if something happens, then …”

The structure of ” in the event of “;

 In The Event Of + A Noun                                             

You can see many examples related to using “in the event of “ below;


  •    In the event of rain, the concert will be canceled.
  •    In the event of breakdown, you can call me for help.
  •    This invention will help to reduce the chance of serious injury in the event of an accident.
  •    In the event of a disaster, she can take right decisions
  •    You can call us in the event of  failure.
  •    The country will become economically weak in the event of a war.


We can use ” in the event of “ at the beginning of a sentence with a noun.

If we use ” in the event of ” at the beginning with a noun, with put a comma ( , ) after the noun.

  •    In the even of failure, you can call us.
  •    In the event of rain, the concert will be canceled.

For  using ” in case of ” in English, click here

For ” in case of ” vs “in the event of”, click here

One thought on “Using ” in the event of ” in English

  • February 19, 2018 at 3:59 am

    Thanks a lot, dear admin.

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