Is it native-like to 'elide' the 's' in 'falls' with the 's' in 'sie'? Because it sounds like "Fall sie kommen" instead of "Falls sie kommen."
I think it was just said quickly, so they mooshed together. But I'm not native, so don't take that as law or anything.
Why can it not be "if she comes"?
"kommen" shows that it is plural, so "sie" is "they"
What threw me off here was that I didn't see the conjugation rules immediately while looking at the definition of "kommen", so I assumed it was singular. The button that says "Conjugate" is totally new to me, but once I clicked it, it made sense.
why not "If you come"?
Because then "Sie" would have to be capitalized! :)
How about 'if she should come', isn't that a correct english phrase that means the same?
Like it says above, the verb is kommen, meaning sie is plural (they) not singular (she).