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Conditional sentences

  1. 1. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
  2. 2. ZERO TYPEGeneral truths. Simple cause andeffect. If-clause + Main Clause Simple Present √ Simple Present If you heat water, it boils.
  3. 3. FIRST TYPEProbable. It refers to the present or future. If-clause + Main Clause Simple Present √ Will + bare infinitiveIf you don’t write it down , You will forget.
  4. 4. SECOND TYPEImprobable. Hypothetical. It refers to the present or future. If-clause + Main Clause Simple Past √ Would + bare infinitive If I were you, I would write the business plan.
  5. 5. THIRD TYPEImpossible. Hypothetical. It refers to the past. If-clause + Main Clause Past perfect √ Would + perfect infinitive If I had been at the I would have met her. party,
  6. 6. Think of your ownexamples
  7. 7. OZERO TYPE
  8. 8. OFIRST TYPE
  9. 9. OSECOND TYPE
  10. 10. OTHIRD TYPE
  11. 11. THE END

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