A conditional expression is an expression of either of the two following forms
(if Goal then Expression1 else Expression2) (Goal -> Expression1 ; Expression2)
Goal is a goal; Expression1 and Expression2 are both data-terms. The semantics of a conditional expression is that if Goal is true, then the expression has the meaning of Expression1, else the expression has the meaning of Expression2.
If Goal takes the form
some [X, Y, Z] …
then the scope of X, Y, and Z includes Expression1.