"Falls sie kommen."
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.
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.
How about 'if she should come', isn't that a correct english phrase that means the same?