Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 12 Conditional sentences

What are conditional sentences?
How many parts are there in a conditional sentence?
What form of the verb is used in the main clause if the if clause is in simple present?
What structure of conditional sentences should be used if we want to express an unlikely situation?
What form of the verb is used in the main clause if the if clause is in past perfect tense?

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 12 Conditional sentences (0)

A sentence that contains a condition is called a conditional sentence. There are two parts in a conditional sentence: the main clause and the if clause.

   if clause                                   main clause

simple present             will/shall/ can/ may + verb

 We may also use unless in place of if (unless = if…not).

 Sometimes, it’s possible to use the simple present tense in both the clauses.

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