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  • Conditionals
    Welcome to a presentation on
  • First Conditional
    If clause present tense;
    main clause future tense
    Used to talk about the consequence of a possible action:
    If I write my essay this afternoon, I will have time to go out tonight.(it is still morning, and is quite possible that I will do this.)
  • Second Conditional
    If clause past simple
    main clause conditional tense
    Used to talk about the consequence of a hypothetical action:
    If I wrote my essay this afternoon, I would have time to go out tonight.(it is still morning, but I think it is less likely that I will do this.)
  • Third Conditional
    If clause past perfect
    main clause conditional perfect tense
    Used to talk about the possible consequence of an action that did not happen:
    If I had written my essay this afternoon, I would have had time to out tonight.(it is now evening, and I haven’t written my essay; it is now impossible for me to go out.)
  • Zero Conditional
    Sometimes sentences with if express certainty rather than possibility. The ZERO CONDITIONAL is used to talk about something that is always true, or that was always true in the past:
    If you mix blue and red, you get purple.(present simple in both parts of the sentence)
    If I asked her to come with us, she always said no.(past simple in both parts of the sentence)
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