Questions tagged with conditionals

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-ing in conditionals
Hi all. I have a question about the use of -ing in conditionals. Can I use the -ing form of ...
conditionals conditional -ing 0 votes, asked Sep 21 by majemaje
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Is this a conditional sentence form? Or does it have another name?
Is there a name for sentences that follow the "We ____ so that you can ____" format, or would that ...
conditional conditionals if-then Sentence 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by ABIGAIL MCSHINSKY
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"[...]he has to have always died"
Dear Sir or Madam, I have read this passage in a book: "So what about Mr. Cameron and Robbie?" Francesca ...
have done conditionals 0 votes, asked Aug 01 by Maciej
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Hi I'm teaching my students the first and second conditional. I told them that the if -clause always contains a ...
conditionals 0 votes, asked Apr 26 by Famke Lantsoght
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I made a few sentences in some tenses. Are these sentences correct? 1. Water sea wasn't hot to walk into ...
tenses if conditionals 0 votes, asked Apr 14 by aysel
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If-clause + will in conditional sentences
Hello, my name is Ilya and I would very much appreciate1, if you explained to me in which cases it ...
if-conditional conditionals 0 votes, edited Feb 22 by Tauceti 02
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confusion with these two sentences
Hi: She would make progress in developing her skills or She would make progress if she developed her skills. Can ...
if conditionals 0 votes, asked Jul 30 '15 by lola
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Second vs Third conditional
Hi there! Consider this sentence: If she passed the exam, she would be able to enter university. This is what ...
conditionals +1 vote, edited Jul 11 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Choice of Conditionals
Hello there! Consider this example situation: Dave, a computer programmer, works until 2:00 in the morning every day (or night?). ...
conditionals +1 vote, edited Jul 11 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Batman would never—never ever—have used three exclamation marks. Should the have be used here? I mean, what conditional should I ...
conditionals +1 vote, edited Jun 03 '15 by Deep
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Which is correct? Are they both correct, and if so, do they have slightly different meanings? Context: At a party, ...
conditionals 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '14 by Cheryl
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Is this conditional sentence grammatical?
"If your friends are seriously inclined to come over to my house, my friends would be willing to provide the ...
conditionals if -1 votes, asked Sep 23 '13 by Heather
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