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What would be a correct way to say this:

If you rather not wait, you can always do sth else.

or

If you'd rather not wait, you can always do sth else.

And what about the comma? Is it needed here?

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The correct way would be:

If you'd rather not wait, you could always do something else.

You can use 'can' but 'could' matches tense a little more closely.

The comma should be used to separate the two clauses, yes.

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