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Zero Conditionals

Understand basics of zero conditionals

Which verb tense do you use for a zero conditional sentence? Simple present tense
Which word is usually used at the beginning of an 'if' clause? the word 'if'
Which other word can be used instead of 'if' the word 'when'
When do we use zero conditional sentences? To express a general truth
When should we use a comma? If a conditional sentence begins with an 'if' clause, it is punctuated by a comma to separate from the following main clause.
Is the following sentence a zero conditional statement? If I had enough money I would go on holiday? No - it's expressing a wish not a truth.
Is the following question a zero conditional question? If you work hard you earn more money. Yes - it's true. We don't know who is saying it but it could be a general truth whether you believe it or not!
Is the following a zero conditional statement? When you mix red paint with blue paint, you get purple. Yes it is. Quite often zero conditionals are used to express scientifically proven facts.
How many clauses in this sentence? You get hot when you sit close to the fire. Two
Created by: viviane2017