REAL CONDITIONAL SENTENCES IN PRESENT TIME,
PARTICULAR 0R GENERAL.
(EXERCISES I. A., Ι. B.)
There are two kinds :
(a) The supposition may be called ‘particular’ when the conditional clause relates to an act or acts occurring at one particular time or on a certain deﬁnite number of occasions, or to a permanent state of things, e.g.:
If he is now present he hears us-—If you have done this
six times, I am pleased—If he ...