Another nonstandard form is, "Whenever p, q."
"Whenever I get anxious, I start eating more."
A proposition of this form is about a class of
occasions; it states a general rule. It would thus be possible to
formulate it as an A categorical proposition:
"All occasions on which I feel anxious are occasions on which
I eat more."
However, it is usually more natural to formulate it as a
hypothetical proposition: "If I get anxious, then I eat more." Thus, "Whenever
p, q" means "If p, then q."