Do you remember when you studied conditional sentences in Lessons Twelve, Thirteen, and Fourteen? In this lesson, I’ll show you a few new ways to express yourself in the form of conditional sentences that begin with the words were, should, and had.
Notice that the words "were," "should," and "had" go at the beginning of a sentence or a clause, and that this placement does not create a question.
The verb "had," in particular, is one that many people use when forming these types of sentence. This video provides some examples of that:
Sentences that begin with "should" are commonly heard or read when working with directions or conditions: