If clauses - Italian grammar

Here’s a collection of simple grammar notes on an important grammar topic in the Italian language: If clauses!
Conditional sentences are used to express the consequences of a hypothetical situation. The hypothetical condition (often expressed by the conjunction “se) is followed by a consequence. A hypothetical sentence sounds like: “if something happens, something else will certainly happen, or may happen”.

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How to use "otherwise" (se no, altrimenti) in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
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