I guess I am aware of the concept of conditionals.
Conditional sentences consider imagined or uncertain situations and the possible results of these situations.
If is the most commonly used word to construct a conditional.
If + subject + present simple, subject + modal(future) + Verb(base)
If a lawyer reads the document, we will see if we’ve missed anything important.
when could also do the job.
if ice melts it becomes water
when ice melts it becomes water
A few minutes ago, I saw an use with "where"
Where there is more than one verb, mid position means after the first auxiliary verb or after a modal verb
Given it comes from Cambridge Dictionary, I believe it is almost certainly idiomatic.
The question is when would people use "where" to construct a conditional? In other words, in what kind of situations, people would use "where" to construct a conditional? Could someone please give a hint? Thanks in advance.