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Zero and first conditional

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  • 1. CONDITIONALS Conditional Sentences Type 0 ( If + ____________________ , __________________________ ) If we _________ ice, it _________into water. (heat / turn) Ice ___________ into water if we ______________ it If you __________ the red and yellow colours, you ____________ orange. mix / get You ______________ orange if you _____________ the red and yellow colours,. Are these situations always true? ______________________________________ What type of information are they? ______________________________________ Conditional Sentences Type I ( If + ______________________ , __________________________ ) If you work hard, you will succeed. What is the time of the situation? _________________________________ You are certain /or/ There is possibility ? Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I. If I go out with my friends tonight, I (not / watch) ___________________ the football match on TV. I will earn a lot of money if I (get) ________________________ that job. If she (not hurry)________________________ , we will miss the bus. Complete these conditional sentences with a present tense verb followed by a verb in the present or the future tense, depending on the meaning. EXAMPLES: If ice gets warm, it melts. (get / melt) If it starts to rain, we’ll get wet. (start / get wet) 1. Oil …………………….. if you …………………… it on water. (float / pour) 2. If I……………………. some spare time next weekend, I ………………………………running. ( have / go ) 3. Unless you ………………………….now, you …………………………late. ( leave / be) 4. If you …………………………for information politely, people normally ………………………… you. ( ask / help ) 5. If Andrew …………………………enough money, he ………………………… a new computer. ( save / buy) 6. If air …………………………warm, it …………………………. (become / rise)