Type 2 conditional sentences talk about situations that are hypothetical. There is a possibility that the condition will be fulfilled.
If-clauses are used to express that the action of the main clause. There are three types of if-clauses. In this lesson, we will discuss them.
You may want to set out a few conditions. In this case, you can use the word 'if,' but you must know its rules and uses. In this lesson, we will learn more.
Conditional III indicates an impossible, hypothetical and unreal condition in the past and its probable result in the past. To learn about them, start reading!
Sometimes the two parts of a conditional sentence refer to different times. This is called a mixed conditional. Ready to learn?
We use the conditional Type 1 when we want to talk about situations we believe are real or possible in the future. 'If I study hard, I'll pass the exam.'
Conjunctions of Condition
As their name requires, conjunctions of condition are used to express events that need a special condition to happen.
Have you ever thought about something that might have happened if there was a different situation in the past? Conditionals help us talk about possibilities.