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Copy of Conditional Type 0 & 1

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Hanan Chiang

on 2 April 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Conditional Type 0 & 1

Conditional sentences
Type 0 & 1 Type 0 = Always Real and True! Type 0 = always Real & True! Type 0 = always Real and True! Want to know more? The ice-cream melts if you leave it in the sun. It is dangerous if too many people are crowded in a narrow street. The ice-cream melts if you leave it in the sun. If the traffic is heavy, the bus may be late. I don't need any coins if I have an octopus card. If- clause Main clause Type 0 = always Real & True! I don't need any coins if I have an octopus card. Use present tense to show the REAL condition Type 1 = Possible to happen! You will be very healthy if you live on Lamma Island. Type 1 = Possible to happen If you take the MTR, you will arrive on time. Type 1 = Possible to happen You will be very healthy if you live on Lamma Island. If you take the MTR, you will arrive on time. if -clause Main clause Use will +verb to show possible situations If you travel by taxi, you should wear a safety belt. You can use my Octopus card if you forget to bring yours.
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