Conditional Conjunctions in Spanish  

Grammar Spanish Conjunctions Conditional Conjunctions
Overview

Conditional conjunctions belong to the subordinate conjunctions. The conditional conjunction expresses the condition to accomplish what the main sentence states. A few examples are: si, a menos que, con tal que, siempre que, a condición, etc.

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No, no me hablan a menos que les hable yo a ellos.
No, they don't talk to me unless I talk to them.

Utilice una de nuestras mejores prácticas siempre que sea posible.
Use one of our best practices whenever possible.

Nosotros haremos el trabajo mañana si podemos.
We will do the work tomorrow if we can.

Las muchachas se pondrán contentas si ganan la lotería.
The girls will be happy if they win the lottery.

Nosotros iremos al parque a menos que llueva.
We will go to the park, unless it rains.

Tú debes estar en clase cuando suene la campana.
You must be in class when the bell rings.


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