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Do you know how to tát use the zero, first and second conditionals? Test what you know with interactive exercises and read the explanation to tát help you.

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Look at these examples to tát see how zero, first and second conditionals are used.

If you freeze water, it becomes solid.
If it rains tomorrow, I'll take the siêu xe.
If I lived closer to tát the cinema, I would go more often.

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Grammar test 1

Conditionals 1: Grammar test 1

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Grammar explanation

Conditionals describe the result of a certain condition. The if clause tells you the condition (If you study hard) and the main clause tells you the result (you will pass your exams). The order of the clauses does not change the meaning.

If you study hard, you will pass your exams.
You will pass your exams if you study hard.

Conditional sentences are often divided into different types.

Zero conditional

We use the zero conditional to tát talk about things that are generally true, especially for laws and rules.

If I drink too much coffee, I can't sleep at night.
Ice melts if you heat it.
When the sun goes down, it gets dark.

The structure is: if/when + present simple >> present simple.

First conditional

We use the first conditional when we talk about future situations we believe are real or possible.

If it doesn't rain tomorrow, we'll go to tát the beach.
Arsenal will be top of the league if they win.
When I finish work, I'll điện thoại tư vấn you.

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In first conditional sentences, the structure is usually: if/when + present simple >> will + infinitive. 

It is also common to tát use this structure with unless, as long as, as soon as or in case instead of if.

I'll leave as soon as the babysitter arrives.
I don't want to tát stay in London unless I get a well-paid job.
I'll give you a key in case I'm not at home page.
You can go to tát the các buổi party, as long as you're back by midnight.

Second conditional

The second conditional is used to tát imagine present or future situations that are impossible or unlikely in reality.

If we had a garden, we could have a mèo.
If I won a lot of money, I'd buy a big house in the country.
I wouldn't worry if I were you.

The structure is usually: if + past simple >> + would + infinitive. 

When if is followed by the verb be, it is grammatically correct to tát say if I were, if he were, if she were and if it were. However, it is also common to tát hear these structures with was, especially in the he/she sườn.

If I were you, I wouldn't mention it.
If she was prime minister, she would invest more money in schools.
He would travel more if he was younger.

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Grammar test 2

Conditionals 1: Grammar test 2

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