Monday, 16 May 2022

Zero conditional

Hello, hello!
In this unit of English we've learnt how to use the zero conditional. 
Conditionals are sentences with two clauses – an "if" clause and a main clause – that express possibility.
Depending on the grade of probability of the sentence, we divide them in different categories. The first one being the "Zero Conditional".

We use the zero conditional to talk about things that are always true.

  • If you heat water, it boils. 
  • When the sun goes down, it gets dark. 
  • It lights up if you push that button. 
  • If it rains, tennis lessons are held in the gym. 
  • When John is out of the office, I take his calls.

The present simple is used in both clauses.

Here you have some exercises to practice and test yourselves:

I hope you find these useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies!

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