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Alternatives to IF in Zero and First conditional sentences

  • IF Daca attends her English class, she sings.
  • WHEN Daca attends her English class, she sings.
  • WHENEVER Daca attends her English class, she sings.
  • IF Sara joins the class, she will sing.
  • WHEN Sara joins the class, she will sing.
  • WHENEVER Sara joins the class, she will sing.

Other alternatives to IF

Inversion in conditional sentences

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