Learning to love conditionals unconditionally

So once we get into the advanced realms of the English language we get into the ring with the more complex of its many quirks, namely the use of inversion as a replacement for our trusted friend ‘if’.  For most, inversion itself shouldn’t be a new contender.  However,  you may have previously only come into contact with it in negatives.  Here is a link to a fantastic website  to practise that specific area.

The issue with inversion in conditionals is that it doesn’t follow exactly the same rules. Why not? Because it’s English. Continue reading