I was watching this speech by Robert Kennedy, and, being the nerd I am, I couldn’t help but think that it would make for great conditional logic practice —
In case the clip doesn’t open correctly, the audio starts around the :22 second mark —
The conditional statements run from :22 to about 1:24 —
So, if you feel like getting in some practice, see if you can translate these statements correctly (and feel free to chime in with your answers if you dare). Additionally, if anyone else knows of other clips that can be used for practice, please add them to the thread!