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Grammar - Conditional

In grammar, conditional can mean two things. Firstly, the conditional form (mood) of a verb, which is made from would (also should with ‘I’ and ‘we’) plus the infinitive without ‘to’:

He would see.

Should we stay or go?

Secondly, conditional is used to refer to a clause or sentence expressing the fact that something must happen before something else can happen, for example:

If I had more money, I’d buy a bigger house.

Should you change your mind, we’d be happy to help.