Conjunctions of condition

Conditional conjunctions are found in sentences with two clauses where one clause describes something that did or will happen, if the condition of the other clause was or is satisfied. Conditional conjunctions can be a single word like "if" or several words like "so long as" placed at the beginning of the clause to describe the condition that needs to be met.

Conditional Conjunctions in Sentences

Here are examples of conditional conjunctions and sentences that contain them:

1. As long as - As long as I have a car, I will drive my car to work.
2. But for - We would have been lost but for the map.
3. Despite this - Despite the depression, The managers has completed major projects.
4. Even if - Even if you go there, she will not care.
5. If only - If only I had worked harder, I would have passed the exam.
6. In case - In case of fair, please do use the elevators.
7. In order – She studied day and night in order to get a distinction.
8.In the event - In the event of the president’s death, the vice president will take his place.
9. On the condition that - You will get the job on the condition that you reach the targets.
10. Providing that - We will give you the loan providing that you pay it back within six          months.
11. So long as - So long as you don't eat junk food, you won’t get sick.
12. Unless - Unless you prepare for the interview, you cannot take up the written test.
13. If- If I reach the station before four, I can catch the train.

Summary

Conditional conjunctions are found in sentences with two clauses where one clause describes something that did or will happen, if the condition of the other clause was or is satisfied. Conditional conjunctions can be a single word like "if" or several words like "so long as" placed at the beginning of the clause to describe the condition that needs to be met.

Conditional Conjunctions in Sentences

Here are examples of conditional conjunctions and sentences that contain them:

1. As long as - As long as I have a car, I will drive my car to work.
2. But for - We would have been lost but for the map.
3. Despite this - Despite the depression, The managers has completed major projects.
4. Even if - Even if you go there, she will not care.
5. If only - If only I had worked harder, I would have passed the exam.
6. In case - In case of fair, please do use the elevators.
7. In order – She studied day and night in order to get a distinction.
8.In the event - In the event of the president’s death, the vice president will take his place.
9. On the condition that - You will get the job on the condition that you reach the targets.
10. Providing that - We will give you the loan providing that you pay it back within six          months.
11. So long as - So long as you don't eat junk food, you won’t get sick.
12. Unless - Unless you prepare for the interview, you cannot take up the written test.
13. If- If I reach the station before four, I can catch the train.

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