“If a Bag is purchased, a Blush is also purchased at that same transaction.” (“If Bag, then Blush.”) While Bag is antecedent, Blush represents consequent.
Conditionally executed is called a single alternative decision structure because it provides only one alternative path of execution. The action is conditionally executed because it is performed only when a certain condition is true.
“An occasion when one or more consequences (events, outcomes and so on) could occur. Critically (a) those consequences may be harmful and/or beneficial and (b) either the number and /or the extent of those consequences, and /or their likelihood, is uncertain and/or unknown”. (2008, p242)
Recalling around the age of ten, he spent two repulsive weeks with them. Each night after his grandmother took her medication and went to sleep. His step-grandfather went into his room and threatened to harm his grandmother if he told anyone what he did to him. A few nights later, unable to remain silent any longer, Andrew told his supposedly, loving grandmother everything. She surprised him by saying, “Your grandfather loves and treats you special. He would never hurt you or allow anyone else to harm you.”
“Good lord, girl. We’ve talked this whole thing to death. You know you’re the only one. Your mom and aunt couldn’t keep a secret if their lives depended on
Conditional assumptions/attitudes/rules: Jimmy has a variety of conditional assumptions/attitudes/rules. These include: “If I don’t use drugs with my friends, I’ll be unlikeable”. In response, “If I use drugs, my friends and others will think I’m cool (likeable)”. Another example is, “If I stop using heroin and lose my high, the pain will come back”.
“I do not think you have ever mentioned it, but your father was a good man. The people of Luneos admired him.”
"Peter, I'm not going to be a tattle tale. My parents say it is the girls' responsibility to tell him."
“I said we weren’t going.” Our mom said gently “But, I didn’t say that you weren’t going. We can’t go because your brother is too
28) A conditional probability is the probability that an event will occur given that another event has already occurred.
“Now child you better not tell your papa about this I don’t want him worrying.”
“I told you to clean this shit up, boy. What would your Mom say, when she comes home and the house is a mess. And it’s your fault. Yes it is.” Dad said. He sat back down at the table, eyes glaring at Charles.
"Your father want me to give this you when you're older. Too bad he's not alive to see you grow up, but I'm sure he's proud of you son."
The last theory is called the no persistence theory and it states that an object “x” does not persist through time
Some of the more frequent adverbial conjunctions which may take either the indicative or the subjunctive: cuando (when), hasta que (until), después de que (after), tan pronto como (as soon as), mientras (while).