Maybe "I do not drink if I am not thirsty" should be also acceptab;e]\le?
It is better not to switch the order of clauses in the sentence if it idn't completely necessary. It saves us from supporting a huge number of forms.
Well. That doesn't change the fact that the form is correct, does it?
No, but it makes it unacceptable here. We do not have resources to support or switched orders everywhere.
What is the difference between "pokud" and "zatímco"?
Pokud is if, zatímco is while (at the same time as).
What's the difference between pokud, kdyz and jestli?
kdyz - when (conditional and temporal)
pokud - if, when (conditional only)
jestli - if, whether
Why is it wrong "I don't drink unless I am thirsty"? Thanks!
Unless I am thirsty, I do not drink. is accepted. Your sentence switches the order so it is not accepted.