Zero conditionalCERTAINTY       if Idon’t work, I don’t earn money
You can use WHEN instead of IF You use this conditional to talk aboutstatements that are always trueIf + present + present
First conditional                           REAL POSSIBILITY   If she studies, she will pass her exam
You use this conditional to talk about things that may  happen if you do something insteadIf + present + will (future)
Second conditional                                UNREAL POSSIBILITY    If I worked harder I would get a better job
If + past + (would, might, may) presentYou can use whether instead of IFyou use this conditional to talk about dreams or u...
Third conditional                                                     NO POSSIBILITY       If I had won lottery I would ha...
You use this conditional to talk about things that have no possibility to happen everIf + present perfect + (would, might,...
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  1. 1. Zero conditionalCERTAINTY if Idon’t work, I don’t earn money
  2. 2. You can use WHEN instead of IF You use this conditional to talk aboutstatements that are always trueIf + present + present
  3. 3. First conditional REAL POSSIBILITY If she studies, she will pass her exam
  4. 4. You use this conditional to talk about things that may happen if you do something insteadIf + present + will (future)
  5. 5. Second conditional UNREAL POSSIBILITY If I worked harder I would get a better job
  6. 6. If + past + (would, might, may) presentYou can use whether instead of IFyou use this conditional to talk about dreams or unreal situations that may happen
  7. 7. Third conditional NO POSSIBILITY If I had won lottery I would have bought a new car
  8. 8. You use this conditional to talk about things that have no possibility to happen everIf + present perfect + (would, might, may) past perfect
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