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For 7th and 8th grade students.

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    • CONDITIONAL 0 USE, EXAMPLES AND EXERCISES
    • Remember!!! Conditionals have two parts: An if clause and a main clause. When the if clause comes first, we use a comma between the two clauses. When the main clause comes first, we don't use a comma.
    • Example: -------main clause-------- ------If clause----- Person+ verb+If +person+verb+complement it breaks If you drop an egg. -------If clause-------- ------main clause----- If +person+verb+complement+ , +person+ verb If you drop an egg , it breaks .
    • The zero conditional is used: a) for instructions: If you select reverse gear, the car goes backwards. If the camera is on, a red light appears. How to use the 0 Conditional?
    • b) for general truths: If he has no money, he doesn't go out. Linn always says hello when / if he sees you. * If has the same meaning as when here*
    • In both, if clause and main clause, we use the Present Simple Tense. And it expresses facts that are always true
    • Form: if + present simple present simple If you press the button, the machine switches off . or present simple if + present simple The machine switches off if you press this button.
    • She doesn't get some money If she doesn't work hard Present simple negative sentence In this case we use the negative auxiliaries of Present simple tense don't or doesn't + infinitive verb.
    • Practice: Put the verbs into the correct tense. 1. Water (freeze) if the temperature (fall) below zero. Water freezes if the temperature falls below zero.
    • 2. If he (be) angry, his face always (go) bright red. 3. If you (put) your money in a savings account, you (get) ten per cent interest. 4. If the microphone (be not) working, you (can not) hear what he's saying.
    • 5. The radio (not work) if the batteries (be) flat. 6. If there (be) only a few students, we usually (close) one of the classes. 7. The machine (not work) if it (have not) enough oil.
    • Material created by Teacher Danitza Lazcano Flores Teacher of English Master in Education Educational Counselor