I came up with: Si il est mieux, le médicin lui donnera un certificat médical.
Thanks in advance
Can I just say that -
is the future tense, not the conditional.
With si clauses :
Hope this helps!
I immediately think in English following si (if), we would write "were ...."
So I'm thinking si imparfait followed by conditional
Have a look here:-
This should give you the guidance that you are looking for.
Hope it helps.
Perhaps "S'il va mieux, le médicin lui remettra un certificat médical (pour courrir le marathon) " ?
There are, of course, many ways to skin a cat, but the one suggested by Maarten sounds good. The important parts are:
1) Using present tense in the conditional sentence.
2) Using the phrase "aller mieux"
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