Nov 23rd, 2010, 03:35 am
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Join Date: Feb 25th, 2008
| | position of an inverted conditional clause
When the word order is direct, the conditional clause can either proceed or follow the main clause.
- If I were younger, I would join the expedition.
- I would join the expedition if I were younger.
I wonder if the conditional clause can be used after the main clause when the word order is inverted. Is it correct to say
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