Conditional Mood‏‎ in English Grammar

The Conditional Mood is the form of the verb used in conditional sentences to refer to a hypothetical situation or an uncertain event that is dependent on another set of circumstances. In other words, the conditional mood talks about something which might happen if...

Conditional Clauses‏‎ in English Grammar

A conditional usually consists of 2 clauses known as the main clause and the conditional clause. The conditional clause usually begins with words like if or unless: {conditional clause}, + {main clause} if you leave me now, + you will take away the biggest part of me...

First Conditional or Second Conditional‏‎

When using conditionals‏‎, it is sometimes difficult to know when to use the First Conditional and when to use the Second Conditional‏‎. This article looks at how to choose between the two types, and which is best to use. First or Second? Generally speaking, if you...