Asked • 06/15/19

Differences among -たら、なら、-んだったら、-えば, etc?

Japanese language has a lot of patterns for "if" clauses. What are the differences among the following patterns and how do we choose to use one over the others?: - 行くと - 行ったら - 行くなら - 行けば - 行くんだったら - 行くのなら - 行くとしたら - 行くことになったら - 行くならば p/s: Please add any other additional "if" patterns

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David R. answered • 06/27/19

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