Unformatted text preview: G3: 3 Conditional ~ q9vD y r 5 ~ q 9 v D y r 5 ^ . r 5 (drop ru +reba) 3 >^ p 5 Sg + Dy .r 5 (drup u + eba) ^ p 5 S g +D y _ Os p9 vDy ^ if A, then B ^ D y D Verbs in the negative : drop the final 3 and add 3 O s t 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A conjunction which indicates that the preceding clause expresses a condition : If S1 3 S2: O . r 5 3 . r 5 3 O s. t r 5 3 . r 5 3 . r 5 Os t . r 5 p 9 v Dy _ 3 3 1. Ba conditionals basically expresses a general conditional relationship between two propositions represented by S1 and S2. S1: a condions S2: a proposition which holds or will holds true under the condition. 2. S2 can be a statement of the speaker's volition or hope. 3. S2 can be a command, a request or suggestion. In this case, S1 cannot be an action. (x) ^ p 5 S g + D y _ D y D y Z E @[E @[ E : 7,@ S1 can express both factual and counterfactual condition. 5. S1 can be a state or an event in the past if is counterfactual. ^ p 5 S g+ Dy ^ D p 9 v D y @[ _ D y Z E It would be OK if~, Everything would be fine if~ ; All you have to do is ~ p 9 v Dy Ost ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course AEAJ 202 taught by Professor Kaya during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.
- Spring '08