Conditional Sentences As Reminder

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There are several structures in English that we call conditionals or if conditionals. The word “condition” means “situation or circumstance”. If a particular condition is true, then a particular result happens: There are three basic English conditionals plus the so-called zero conditional. Conditional sentences have two parts: the if-clause and the main clause. Take a look at this type of conditional sentences.

Conditional Sentences As Reminder


Type 1 : If I win the lottery, I will buy a car.

If I meet you, I will speak to you

Type 2 : If I won the lottery, I would buy a car.

If she were really come here, I would called you

Type 3 : If I had won the lottery, I would have bought a car.

If I had money, I would have bought a villa

Type 4 : If you heat ice, it melts.

If it rains, it gets wet

There are some more conditionals that we do not use so often. In this article we wil learn about conditional sentences as reminder. This conditional sentence is used to remind about a consequence that must be done if you want a condition to happen.

Look at the pattern here 

Conditional Sentences As Reminder



If you want to be the winner, you have to practice a lot.

If you want a good grade, you must study harder.


You have to buy some vegetables if you go to the market

You must bring camera if you go to the Bali

Look at the conversation below:

Gita : When will you go to Bali?

Ani : On Saturday this week.

Gita : Where will you go there ?

Ani : I will go to the Nusa Penida as it’s serving beautiful view. Whooa I can’t wait.

Gita : You must bring camera if you want to go to Bali. It can capture all the beautfiul view you want.

Ani : Definitely. Thank you.

Now its time for you to make a conversation using the conditional sentences as reminder

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