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What If? How to Use the Conditional in English

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We’re not always completely certain about our plans for the future, are we? There’s always a lot of “what ifs”, “maybe’s” and “perhaps” in life! And to express this in English, we use the conditional form – read on to find out more about the different types of this! Zero conditional This is a form …

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Free English Grammar Lesson: Conditional Sentences

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In English we use conditional sentences (or “If” clauses) to talk about future possibilities, or hypothetical (imaginary) situations. The three most common types of conditional sentence are: The First Conditional: (if + present simple, … will/won’t + infinitive) If it rains tomorrow, I’ll take an umbrella with me. She’ll be tired if she walks all …

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