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Conditional sentences

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  • 1. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
  • 2. ZERO TYPEGeneral truths. Simple cause andeffect. If-clause + Main Clause Simple Present √ Simple Present If you heat water, it boils.
  • 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. 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. 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. Think of your ownexamples
  • 7. OZERO TYPE
  • 8. OFIRST TYPE
  • 9. OSECOND TYPE
  • 10. OTHIRD TYPE
  • 11. THE END