Flashcards on Examples of Conditionals 0, 1, 2, and 3

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What is a zero conditional?

A zero conditional is used to describe things that are always true, such as scientific facts or truths. It is formed by using 'if' + present simple and present simple.

Give an example of a zero conditional.

If you heat water to 100°C, it boils.

What is a first conditional?

A first conditional is used to describe things that are likely to happen or are currently possible. It is formed by using 'if' + present simple and will + infinitive.

Give an example of a first conditional.

If it rains tomorrow, I will stay at home.

What is a second conditional?

A second conditional is used to describe things that are unlikely to happen or are currently impossible. It is formed by using 'if' + past simple and would + infinitive.

Give an example of a second conditional.

If I won the lottery, I would buy a house.

What is a third conditional?

A third conditional is used to describe things that did not happen in the past. It is formed by using 'if' + past perfect and would have + past participle.

Give an example of a third conditional.

If I had studied harder, I would have passed the exam.

What is the difference between first and second conditional?

First conditional describes something that is possible, while second conditional describes something that is unlikely or impossible.

What is the difference between second and third conditional?

Second conditional describes something that is currently impossible, while third conditional describes something that did not happen in the past.

What is the difference between first and third conditional?

First conditional describes something that is possible, while third conditional describes something that did not happen in the past.

What is another name for zero conditional?

Another name for zero conditional is the present real conditional.

What is another name for first conditional?

Another name for first conditional is the present/future real conditional.

What is another name for second conditional?

Another name for second conditional is the present unreal conditional.

What is another name for third conditional?

Another name for third conditional is the past unreal conditional.

What is a zero conditional?

A zero conditional is used to describe things that are always true, such as scientific facts or truths. It is formed by using 'if' + present simple and present simple.

Give an example of a zero conditional.

If you heat water to 100°C, it boils.

What is a first conditional?

A first conditional is used to describe things that are likely to happen or are currently possible. It is formed by using 'if' + present simple and will + infinitive.

Give an example of a first conditional.

If it rains tomorrow, I will stay at home.

What is a second conditional?

A second conditional is used to describe things that are unlikely to happen or are currently impossible. It is formed by using 'if' + past simple and would + infinitive.

Give an example of a second conditional.

If I won the lottery, I would buy a house.

What is a third conditional?

A third conditional is used to describe things that did not happen in the past. It is formed by using 'if' + past perfect and would have + past participle.

Give an example of a third conditional.

If I had studied harder, I would have passed the exam.

What is the difference between first and second conditional?

First conditional describes something that is possible, while second conditional describes something that is unlikely or impossible.

What is the difference between second and third conditional?

Second conditional describes something that is currently impossible, while third conditional describes something that did not happen in the past.

What is the difference between first and third conditional?

First conditional describes something that is possible, while third conditional describes something that did not happen in the past.

What is another name for zero conditional?

Another name for zero conditional is the present real conditional.

What is another name for first conditional?

Another name for first conditional is the present/future real conditional.

What is another name for second conditional?

Another name for second conditional is the present unreal conditional.

What is another name for third conditional?

Another name for third conditional is the past unreal conditional.

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