2019-01-15 07:08:58 UTC
He sells to her, we lose all control.
If he sells to her, we lose all control.
? It seems to be colloquial?
The prosody of »He sells to her, we lose all control.« is
as if an initial »If« was present. Not as when two independent
sentences are uttered as in, »He sells to her. We lose all control.«
Although the last sequence of sentences also can suggest
a conditional relationship.