If clauses are often called conditional clauses because they express a condition.
There are mainly three types of conditional clauses – first conditional, second conditional and third conditional.
While first conditional is used to talk about real and possible situations, the second and third conditional are used to talk about imaginary or improbable situations.
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- If dad arrives now, we can go to the movies.
- If you learned English at school, you could get a better job.
- If you focused on your studies, you could get better grades.
- If the boss arrived now, we would be in trouble.
- If I play chess with my father, I will win.
- If I went to university, I could study medicine.
- If you pour oil on water, it floats / will float.
- If he had received medical attention, he would not have died.
- If I had more money, I could buy a car.
- If I have enough time tomorrow, I will visit you.