Si llueve, me quedaré en casa.
If it rains, I will stay at home.
No sé si vendrá a la fiesta.
I don't know whether he will come to the party.
¿Quieres café? - Sí, por favor.
Do you want coffee? - Yes, please.
Estaba cansado, así que decidí descansar.
I was tired, so I decided to rest.
Meaning: even if
Siempre te apoyaré, aunque cometas errores.
I will always support you, even if you make mistakes.
A1: Si hace buen tiempo, iremos a la playa.
If the weather is nice, we will go to the beach.
A1: No sé si quiero ir al cine esta noche.
I don't know if I want to go to the cinema tonight.
A1: Si tienes hambre, puedes comer una manzana.
If you're hungry, you can eat an apple.
B1: Si hubiera estudiado más, habría aprobado el examen.
If I had studied more, I would have passed the exam.
B1: Si vas al supermercado, compra leche y pan.
If you go to the supermarket, buy milk and bread.
B1: No sé si podré asistir a la reunión mañana.
I'm not sure if I'll be able to attend the meeting tomorrow.
C1: Si me lo permites, te daré un consejo.
If you allow me, I will give you some advice.
C1: Si no fuera por ti, no habría logrado mis metas.
If it weren't for you, I wouldn't have achieved my goals.
C1: No importa si llueve o hace sol, siempre salgo a correr.
It doesn't matter if it's raining or sunny, I always go for a run.
The Spanish conjunction 'si' is a word used to introduce conditional clauses or hypothetical situations. It is equivalent to the English word 'if'.
In Spanish, 'si' is commonly used in sentences that express a condition or possibility. It is often followed by the present subjunctive verb form, indicating uncertainty or doubt.
For example, 'Si llueve, no saldremos' translates to 'If it rains, we won't go out'. In this sentence, 'si' introduces the condition (llueve - it rains) and the result (no saldremos - we won't go out).