Conditional sentences (zero and first conditional)
Ortiz Salvador, Blanca Estela
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Conditionals in English grammar are sometimes called 'if clauses'. They are used to describe the result of something that might happen either in the present or future. . Although the various conditional forms might seem quite abstract at first, they are actually some of the most useful structures in English and are commonly included in daily conversations.
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