> > How do you handle contrary-to-fact conditions and conclusions in your > conlang(s), such as "If I were you, I wouldn't do that"? > Well, Adranik has a conditional mood for "if-then" statements: Ge gez né kän ge sla ećad. /jɛ jɛz nej ken jɛ slɑ 'ɛcɑd/ 1sg.nom not that.sg do-1sg.npst 1sg.nom 2sg.acc 1sg.npst-conditional.npst.sg (lit.) I that wouldn't do, I you am. "I wouldn't do that, if I were you." Adranik places the "then" statement before the "if" in a sentence. So it basically uses a conditional plus a negative clause. I'm not sure if that was exactly what you asked for, though.