What is an if-then sentence?
If it's cold, I put on a jacket.
The conjunction if can introduce a conditional sentence. A conditional clause is a subordinate clause that expresses a condition. The condition is described in the subordinate clause, the consequence in the main clause:
When I'm sick, … - Condition in the subordinate clause
... (then) I stay in bed. - Sequence in the main clause
The word then you can leave out the second half of the sentence.
You can also start with the main clause:
I stay in bed when I'm sick.
In this case it falls then path.
Here are some more examples:
When it rains, I'll take an umbrella.
I take an umbrella When it rains.
When I'm in a good moodI'm singing a song
I sing a song, when I'm in a good mood.
The verb always appears in the main clause (declarative clause) Position 2. Position 1 can consist of one word, several related words or a subordinate clause:
I make a tour.
tomorrow make i take a trip.
Next week make i take a trip.
When i am free, make i take a trip.
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