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Copy of ZERO CONDITIONAL

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Alfredo Alzamora

on 10 March 2014

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Transcript of Copy of ZERO CONDITIONAL

If + Present Simple.
If i heat water
If Clause
To Indicate
Situations that are universal truths
For example: If you heat water, it boils

Is formed of the next way
If Clause + Main Clause
Main Clause
Present Simple
It Boils
We use the Zero Conditional
ZERO CONDITIONAL
The Zero Conditional Have
Affirmative, Negative, And
Interrogative Form
AFFIRMATIVE
If i heat water, it boils
If i am late to work, my boss gets angry
NEGATIVE
Unless it rains, the road
doesn't get wet
I N T E R R O G A T I V E
Question: If you mix black and white paint,
What do you get?
Answer: If I mix black and white paint
i get grey
Other form to express the negative form:
If it doesn't rains,
the road doesn't get wet
The conditional sentences are formed
for two phrases(If Clause + Main Clause)
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