Up until now, to keep it simple, we’ve just worked with the easiest way of stating conditional statements, the “if-then” form, which follows the form “if ___, then ___.” This form is easy to spot and easy to diagram. However, like we said a few lessons back, conditional statements are a part of natural, everyday language. In
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