Related Conditional phrases

IB English B: Related Conditional phrases

.There are a number of commonly-used phrases which are in fact "hidden" or "embedded" if-structures. There is not much point in learning these through the full application of the Conditional rules: it is best simply to learn them as "chunks" and use them automatically without thinking too much about the grammar involved.Each of these chunks is introduced below, with a few examples to illustrate the idea. You may wish...


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