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Conditional Sentences Type 0, 1, 2, 3

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Alex Lai

on 17 December 2013

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Transcript of Conditional Sentences Type 0, 1, 2, 3

Type 0, 1, 2
Type 1 - Future Conditionals
If + clause present tense), main clause (future tense).

~ If you study hard, your English will improve.

~ If I get enough sleep, I will feel better.

- It is used for scientific facts or general truths.

- ‘If’ can be substituted for ‘when’.
If you __________ (freeze) water, it ________ (become) a solid.
If you _______ (mix) red and blue,
you _______ (get) purple.
The plants _______ (wither) if you ________
(not water) them.
Conditional Sentences
Type 0 - Factual Conditionals
If + clause (present tense), main clause (present tense).

~ If you boil water to 100°C, it boils.

~When you boil water to 100°C, it boils.


- It is used for scientific facts or general truths.

- ‘If’ can be substituted for ‘when’.
If you __________ (freeze) water, it ________ (become) a solid.
If you _______ (mix) red and blue,
you _______ (get) purple.
The plants _______ (wither) if you ________
(not water) them.
Type 0 - Factual Conditionals
If + clause (present tense), main clause (present tense).

~ If you boil water to 100°C, it boils.

~When you boil water to 100°C, it boils.


- It is used for scientific facts or general truths.

- ‘If’ can be substituted for ‘when’.
If you __________ (freeze) water, it ________ (become) a solid.
If you _______ (mix) red and blue,
you _______ (get) purple.
The plants _______ (wither) if you ________ (not water) them.
The ice-cream _________ (melt) if you _______
expose it into the air and __________ (not eat) it.
If people ________ (feel) sleepy,
they ________ (yawn) and _________ (fall) asleep easily.
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