If you are reading this, it means you’ve studied conditionals and can understand them quite well.
Now let me introduce you to inversion in conditionals. Don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it sounds.
You can often find inverted conditionals in formal speech or see it used for emphasis.
There are several ways of introducing a new idea in the English language: by using the introductory structure “there is/are” or by using the introductory “it”. So what’s the difference?