IF CLAUSES

If means “si” in French, and there are certain sequences of tenses that are needed afterwards.

si clauseresult clause
si + present
present
or
future
or
imperative

Si j’ai assez de temps, j’irai en ville.

If I have enough time, I will go to town.

si clauseresult clause
si + imperfectconditional
Exemples

Si j’avais assez de temps, j’irais en ville.

If I had enough time, I would go to town.

si clauseresult clause
si + pluperfect
(contrary to past facts)
past conditional

Si j’avais eu assez de temps, je serais allé en ville.

If I had had enough time , I would have gone to town.

A votre tour / your turn

If she has enough holidays, she will go to Spain.

If she had enough holidays, she would go to Spain.

I she had had enough holidays, she would have gone to Spain.

SOLUTION

Si j’ai assez de vacances, j’irai en Espagne.

Si j’avais assez de vacances, j’irais en Espagne.

Si j’avais eu assez de vacances, je serais allé en Espagne.