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