Translation:If it does not rain, I am going to school.
Yes, subjunctive! (Fixed) To use the present subjunctive you have to replace "se" by "caso": caso não chova, eu vou ao colégio. Then it makes sense ;)
Why couldn't you use the "Condicional - Futuro de Preterito" form in this case? e.g. "Se nao choveria..."
The future subjunctive is used when something is possible and is focused on a specific event.
School = escola, colégio (usually private).
College = faculdade.
"If it doesn't rain, I'll go to school" or "If it doesn't rain, I will go to school". Do these not mean the same thing as "If it does not rain, I am going to school."
Thanks. I am wondering why my " if it doesn't rain, I will go to school" was not accepted.