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Are both of the following sentences correct? If there are (any) cars parked in the road, they will be towed away. If there is any car parked in the road, it will be towed away.

Conditionals if - english grammar today - a reference to written and spoken english grammar and usage - cambridge dictionary.

If There I

Conditional sentences, if-clauses type i, ii, iii - explanation, examples and exercises.

  one of the most common mistakes in english is the incorrect usage of the phrase if i was. In fact, you will hear native speakers commonly make this mistake.

Ive heard that the phrase if there isare can be used in the sentences. Although i dont know its exact usage, ive tried to use it in the sente.