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Writing Conditionals


A conditional sentence expresses an outcome that could happen as long as something else happens first. Conditionals combine a dependent "if" clause with an independent clause.

If the experiment goes well, we will create a chemical reaction.

There are four types of conditional sentences. Each type expresses a different degree of possibility that something will or would occur depending on whether the condition is met.

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