Conditionals describe the result of a certain condition. The if clause tells you the condition (If you learn new English words), and the main clause tells you the result (you will understand your native colleagues better).
A learner sent us a question: What is the difference between 'if I was' & 'if I were'?
Although speakers often use them interchangeably, watch the video to discover the nuances that may clear up the difference in your mind.
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