Test what you have learned from the lessons on connectives and conditional sentences with this short quiz. Pick the choice in parentheses that best completes the sentence. Answers and explanations can be found at the end of the quiz.   Enrique didn’t speak English very (well, so / well. So) he contacted the English Island.…

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Conditional sentences express a particular “condition” and the “result” of that condition. The conditional clause begins with if, while the result clause begins with will, would, or would have. Non-native English speakers can find conditional sentence challenging because English has specific rules depending on what type of condition you are expressing. The verb tenses and…

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Conditional sentences express a particular “condition” and the “result” of that condition. The conditional clause begins with if, while the result clause begins with will, would, or would have. Non-native English speakers can find conditional sentence challenging because English has specific rules for how you can and cannot expresses a particular type of condition. The…

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