Is it grammatical to place the antecedent after the consequent in a conditional sentence?
Antecedent before consequent
Rúguǒ nǐ bù chīfàn dehuà, nǐ jiù hěn è.
If you don't eat, you'll be hungry.
Is the following grammatical?
Consequent before antecedent
? Nǐ jiù hěn è, rúguǒ nǐ bù chīfàn dehuà.
? you'll be hungry if you don't eat.
If the second sentence is not grammatical, is there a different way to say it that is grammatical?