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    Conditinoal Statements (If Clause).

    Hi,
    Do i have to study Conditional Statements or I can use it well if I know about tenses with the help of the context?

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    Re: Conditinoal Statements (If Clause).

    Quote Originally Posted by Eslam Elbyaly View Post
    Hi,
    Do I have to study conditionals Statements or do you think I can will be able to use it well if I know learn about tenses with the help of the context?
    I suggest you study conditionals. I don't think you'll be able to just pick them up.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Conditinoal Statements (If Clause).

    Note that the conditional clause is not the if clause, it's the complement to the if clause:
    If I hadn't been sick [condition], I would have attended the party [conditional].

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    Re: Conditinoal Statements (If Clause).

    Note that the conditional clause is not the if clause, it's the complement to the if clause:
    Do you think I should study it?

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