[Error Correction] The conditional-form of na-adjective is なら, not ば

Today I am going to share the homework correction quoted from my JLPT N4 course!
The student’s sentence is not correct. Can you find the mistake?


[Student’s sentence]






[My correction]


If you don’t like it, you don’t have to eat it.


To conjugate na–adjectives into the conditional form, you simply add なら instead of ば.
嫌い is a na-adjective, so the conditional form is 嫌いなら.

If it’s convenient, I’ll buy it even if it’s expensive.

If it’s famous, I want to go.


I hope my explanation helps you. 😊


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