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Conditionals of type 1 open condition

Future Real Conditional ( 1st conditional) First conditional sentences are used to express situations in which the outcome is very likely (but not guaranteed) to happen in the future. We use the 1st ...
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What is the grammar of the conditional "If students are having difficulties..., early detection can help"?

It is the kind of sloppy sentence you will hear quite often being spoken extemporaneously; an editor would be likely to reword it. If students are having difficulties with basic skills like reading, ...
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Is it a grammatically correct conditional sentence "If I won that award my life would change"?

You are hoping to win an upcoming competition for which you might have a chance; the competition is tough but you are not out of the running: If I were to win that award it would change my life. You ...
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Is it a grammatically correct conditional sentence "If I won that award my life would change"?

If the time of speaking is the present time, we say what is below. It is very important to realize when you are speaking and whether it is in the present or if you are speaking about the past. and 3) ...
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