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  • 1.  JulianaCervantes Laura Huertas
  • 2.  We use the so-called zero conditional when the result of the condition is always true, like a scientific fact.
  • 3. Notice that we arethinking about a resultthat is always true forthis condition.
  • 4.  We are thinking about a simple fact. We use the present simple tense to talk about the condition.
  • 5.  We are talking about the future. We are thinking about a particular condition or situation in the future, and the result of this condition.
  • 6. Notice that we arethinking about a futurecondition. It is not rainingyet. But the sky is cloudyand you think that itcould rain.
  • 7.  The second conditional is used for conditions unreal, impossible, improbable and refers to a hypothetical situation
  • 8.  if + simple past + simple conditional.If + Past Simple + modal + verb ↓ could might should would
  • 9.  If I won the lottery, I would travel around the world. (Si ganara la lotería, viajaría por todo el mundo).
  • 10.  It refers to a hypothetical situation of the past. would/could/might + If + Past Perfect tense + have + past participle
  • 11.  If she had come on Saturday, I would have seen her. (Si ella hubiese venido el sábado, la habría visto). If he had worked more, he could have saved more money. (Si él hubiese trabajado más, podría haber ahorrado más dinero).
  • 12. Thanks (: