Posted: July 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

If Clause Type I

if + Simple Present, will-Future
Type I indicates what will happen, provided that a certain situation is given.

If you send your order by fax, we will deliver the goods immediately.
If you invite me for lunch, I will help you with your presentation. 
If anita have more time Anita will clean the toilet.

If Clause Type II

if + Simple Past, would + infinitive
Type II indicates what could happen if a present situation were different.

If we had more employees, we would work more efficiently.
If we delivered poor quality, we would not be the leading company in our business. 
If they told their father, he would be very angry.

If Clause Type III

if + Past Perfect, would + have + past participle
Type III indicates what could have happened in the past if a situation had been different then.

If you had read the paper, you would have seen the advertisement.
If I had taken the bus, I would have been late.
If they hadn’t went to home, they would have found the rain

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