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Conditional Clauses

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Conditional Clauses : TYPE - 3


This means that it is quit probable that action in the if – clause will be performed. In this type, the conditional clause (if – Clause) is in the Present tense and main clause.


Examples :


  1. If I go to Ooty, I shall wear woollen clothes.


  2. If you stop smoking, your health will improve.


  3. If you go to Palghat, you may visit the Malampuzha dam.


  4. If it rains for two weeks now, we may have a good harvest.


  5. If he plays well, he will become the district champion.



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