We'll have the party on the deck if the weather's good.
If anyone calls while I'm out, please take a message.
We’ll deal with that problem if and when it arises.
If you want [me] to, I'll bring you some of my CDs. (Key English Test; A2; Swiss German)
If water is heated to 212°F it turns to steam.
If I don't get enough sleep I get a headache.
If I think it's pretty, I buy it. (Preliminary English Test; B1; French)
If I won the lottery, I'd buy a boat.
What would you do if he moved away?
It would be great if you came to the city. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
I wonder if he'll get the job?
Mrs. Kramer called a half hour ago to ask if her cake was ready.
I don't care if he likes it or not - I'm coming!
But let's see if a friend can lend me his notebook, so that way I will c[a]t[ch] up easily. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
I think I'd take the job if I were you.
If I were you, I'd probably go.
But you enjoy clubbing and discos, so, if I were you, I would [choose the] city. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Slovak)
If we had the money, we'd get a new car.
If you'd mentioned this earlier, it might not have been necessary to call the doctor.
If she had gone home by taxi, she would have not risked her life. (First Certificate in English; B2; Italian)
If only I had more money.
If only I had been more careful. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Korean)
If only she'd listened to me, she wouldn’t be in this mess.
Therefor[e] I think that if only the zoo owners take good care of the animals, they won't suffer if they are locked up. (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)
I hope to see you there but, if not, I'll call you.
I'm going to paint my bedroom with the pink paint. Remember to put on your old cloth[e]s. If not, your clothes will become pinky and you can't use them anymore. (Key English Test; A2; Farsi)
It might rain this afternoon, and if so, we'll have to have the party indoors.
Let me know if you [can] come, and if so, [whether] you prefer the 15th or 22nd of February. (First Certificate in English; B2; Dutch)
If you like, I could drive you there.
If you like, we can go to a night club. (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)
It looks as if it's going to rain.
It was as if we had been friends for years.
The sun was up in the sky, there were no clouds and it looked as if it was going to be a wonderful day. (First Certificate in English; B2; Dutch)
If you ask me, you should take that job.
If you ask me, I don't think that TV can replace books. (First Certificate in English; B2; Portuguese)
If need be, we can take two cars.
On the one hand I won't indulge my children's whims and I will lecture them or punish them if need be. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; French)