English Conditionals / IF clauses order? Ask Alisha


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In this video, Alisha answers 9 questions.
- Do you have an American accent or a British accent?
- How do we use the word ""cheers""? Is it formal? Informal?
- How do you make ""let's"" statements negative?
- What does ""play down"" mean?
- Can we use the main clause before the if clause? (""if"" conditionals)
- Why use the progressive tense in the expression ""I have been wanting""?
- What does ""one"" mean when used as the subject of a sentence?
- Can I describe ketchup as ""savory""?
- Dessert vs. Desert vs. To Desert
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