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If you would like to learn about conditionals and when to use whether or if, this infographic can help.

What is a Conditional?

A grammar device that shows possible results from certain situations is called a “conditional.” The presence of the word “if” will usually call attention to them, and some have actually nicknamed them “if” sentences. There are several types, but three “basic conditionals” are used most frequently.

FIRST CONDITIONAL

This situation is in the future and has a real possibility of happening.

“If Bob comes over, we will watch the game.”

There is a good likelihood that Bob will come over.

SECOND CONDITIONAL

The second also refers to the future but is quite unlikely.

“If I went to the moon, I would know if it is made of cheese.”

It is highly improbable that the speaker will visit the moon.

THIRD CONDITIONAL

Unlike the first two, this refers to the past and cannot happen.

“If Jill had gone to the zoo, she would have taken pictures.”

This is in the past and can…

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Learn what demonstrative adjectives are and how to use them with a helpful infographic.

What is a Demonstrative Adjective?

Demonstrative adjectives are used to indicate specific people, places and things (nouns). They are modifiers and should not be confused with demonstrative…

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“Phrasal verbs” are two word verbs with meaning beyond the individual words. Generally a verb and a preposition, meanings can vary even when the verb is the same. This infographic illustrates phrasals using “get.”

“Get” as a Verb

Alone, “get” usually means to obtain, bring or contract s…

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There is little that can embarrass writers more than misplaced adverbs or dangling modifiers. If you do not want strangers staring at your dangling modifiers, these rules and infographic can help.

 

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