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    • CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
    • Conditional sentences are complex sentences that have two clauses: If-clause (which gives the condition) and main clause (which gives the result).
    • The condition The result Conditional sentences or Conditional clauses or IF-Clauses are used to express that the action in the main clause can only take place if a certain condition is fulfilled.
    • Conditional sentences also known as Conditional clauses or IF-Clauses are used to express that the action in the main clause can only take place if a certain condition is fulfilled.
    • There are more four (4) types of conditional sentences:
    • Expresses facts (scientific or personal)that are always true If clause Main clause Present simple Present simple If you heat ice, it melts.
    • Expresses prediction about the future that will possibly happen. If clause Present simple Main clause will/won’t + V If I find her address, I will send her an invitation.
    • Expresses things that probably won’t happen. If clause Past simple Main clause would/wouldn’t +V If I found her address, I would send her an invitation.
    • Expresses a condition that is impossible to be fulfilled because it refers to the past If clause Past perfect Main clause Would have + past participle If I had found her address, I would have sent her an invitation.
    • There is a comma between the sentences if the IF-clause comes before the main clause. If I see her , I will tell her the good news. There isn’t a comma between the sentences if the main clause comes before IF-clause. I will tell her the good news if I see her
    • Thank you for your attention.  Teacher: Magdalena