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Conditionals

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Héctor Turra

on 1 June 2013

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Transcript of Conditionals

Conditionals Conditionals are divided into four categories:
1. Zero conditional
2. First conditional
3. Second conditional
4. Third conditional

Conditionals are used to express a real condition and a possible result or an improbable condition and an unreal result. All conditionals need an structure that starts with 'IF' which expresses the condition.
First conditional Second conditional Conditionals

Zero conditional A zero conditional is formed by two parts or
clauses;

IF + simple present + simple present
IF + simple present + future IF + simple past + would Third conditional IF + past perfect + would have If it rains, I get wet It expresses a real condition and an obvious result. If I study hard, I will pass my exams If I had a lot of money, I would buy a mansion Real condition, probable result Unreal condition + improbable result If I had learnt to play the guitar,
I would have been a rockstar Unreal situation, unreal result
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