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“Conditional clause” is a big, scary term for a simple idea and should not strike fear into the hearts of those learning English. Some examples and an infographic will make mastering the conditions of conditional clauses even easier.
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Looking at the words themselves will help to keep this subject painless. A clause is simply a chunk of a sentence that has its own subject and verb and can stand alone as a complete sentence. The following sentence will become a clause when combined with another clause; this will be the “main clause.”
“We are going to the zoo.”
“Conditional” indicates an “if” or a circumstance that needs to be met. Conditional clauses are often called “if clauses.” With the “if,” the following examples are not proper sentences and are waiting to be added to a main clause.
“If it is not raining”
“If we leave soon”
“If I had looked behind me”