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“IF” CONDITIONAL

FIRST TYPE
Main clause (propoziția If/ unless Subordinate clause
principală) (dacă/ dacă nu) (propoziția secundară)
Future Present tense
Present Simple / Continuous
Modals (could, may,
might)
They will go for a walk if it doesn’t rain.
They will go for a walk unless it rains.

 It expresses possible present or future actions, namely actions that may


happen.
We also use an imperative clause with conjunction ‘OR’ as a first conditional to give a
warning with a consequence: Be careful or you will fall in the water.
TIME CLAUSES IN THE FUTURE
Main clause (propoziția When / as soon as Subordinate clause
principală) (propoziția secundară)
Future Present tense
They will go for a walk When / as soon as they finish their projects.

“IF” CONDITIONAL
FIRST TYPE
Main clause (propoziția If/ unless Subordinate clause
principală) (dacă/ dacă nu) (propoziția secundară)
Future Present tense
Present Simple / Continuous
Modals (could, may,
might)
They will go for a walk if it doesn’t rain.
They will go for a walk unless it rains.

 It expresses possible present or future actions, namely actions that may


happen.
We also use an imperative clause with conjunction ‘OR’ as a first conditional to give a
warning with a consequence: Be careful or you will fall in the water.
TIME CLAUSES IN THE FUTURE
Main clause (propoziția When / as soon as Subordinate clause
principală) (propoziția secundară)
Future Present tense
They will go for a walk When / as soon as they finish their projects.