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Grammar detail: もし

もし - if
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もし means 'if', and is typically inserted before a clause in the same way an 'if' in English would be. However, unlike English, the verb itself must use one of the standard conditional forms.
ぼく
きみ
だったらそんなことしない
If I were you, I wouldn't do it.
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