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commas in conditionals


commas in conditionals
what are the rules about commas in conditionals?

18 Jan 2011      


Use a comma if the if clause is at the beginning of the sentence.

Example: If I go to London, I will visit the Tower.

Dont use a comma if the if clause is at the end of the sentence.

Example: I will visit the Tower if I go to London.

Check this:

18 Jan 2011     


Thank you:)

18 Jan 2011