in that case | if that's the case
This page is about the conversational phrase in that case | if that's the case
You can use this if you're saying what you'll do, or what should happen, given the facts you've just been told.
- "I don't feel like going."
"I'm not going either in that case. I don't want to go alone."
- "Eating meat isn't very good for you."
"If that's the case, why aren't you a vegetarian?"
My wife said, "It's going to rain," and I said, "In that case,
Contributor: Matt Errey