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You want to always make sure that your guests are at ease, and the only way to do that, I think, is if you kind of pull them into the process.
This sentence is in a English apps, and is from a Target's commercial.
What's the difference if a 'always' is in front of want in the sentence.
Also, I don't understand why the 'if' is used in this sentence.

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You want to always make sure that your guests are at ease, and the only way to do that, I think, is if you kind of pull them into the process.
This sentence is in a English apps, and is from a Target's commercial.
What's the difference if a 'always' is in front of want in the sentence.
Also, I don't understand why the 'if' is used in this sentence.
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