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Explain the use of conditionals

Explain the use of conditionals

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    • MEMBERSZully GarciaDanna Jiménez
    • ZERO CONDITIONALIF CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSEIf + Subject +Present Subject+ Present simple tense
    • EXAMPLE: If the moon passes in front of the sun. There is an eclipse. If you close your eyes, you can’t see.
    • IF CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSEIf + Present  Will tense Can May + VERB Must
    •  If it rains today, I’ll stay home . If it is warm tomorrow, We can go to the beach. If she have time, She may go to the movies. If you win the lottery, you must travel around the world.
    • SECOND CONDITIONALIF CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSEIf + Subject +Present Subject+Would/Wouldn’t+Base
    • EXAMPLE: If the weather wasn’t so bad, I would go for a walk.________________________________________ If I knew his number, I’d phone him.(Not probable situation, referring to present) If you went to the jungle, you’d see amagazing things.(Not probable situation, referring to future)
    • IF CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSE If + Past  WouldPerfect tense Could Have Verb Past Might Participle
    •  If she had won lottery, She would has travel around the world. If we had studied harder, we might have passed the test. If I hadnt been so busy, I could have helped you. If my sister had been here, she would have enjoyed this.