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Conditional sentences have the shape 'if X, then Y'. They divide into open/unknown (where nothing is implied about whether the conditional is fulfilled), and closed/remote (where fulfilment is already ruled out or unikely).

In all types, the word if is si, and the negative nisi. The if clause is the conditional clause proper and is called the protasis. The then half…


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