CONDITIONALS - 0 & 1st

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Complete the sentences:We use the 0 conditional
a- when talking about a general truth
b- when talking about facts
c- when 'if' has a similar meaning to 'every time'
d- even when something happened in the past or a past fact
e- All of the above (a,b,c,d)

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Complete the sentence :We use the 1st conditional

a- when talking about a real possibility or result in the future
b- when suggesting a real but less possibility in the future
c- when we mean that things can be possible in the future
d- All the above (a,b,c)

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Which conditional : 0 or 1st?a- If you buy an English course at Staffordhouse in Toronto, you also have to pay for insurance and registration.

b- When I was a student at Staffordhouse, if I helped my teacher, she gave me extra work.

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Which conditional: 0 or 1st?a- If I invest my time learning English at Staffordhouse, Toronto, I'll get a good job in my country.

b- I'll get admission in a good university if I improve my English.

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Which conditional: 0 or 1st?a- If you try a level-up exam, you might pass and move to the next level sooner than the rest of your class.


b- If you register for the English classes in the summer, the classes can be very crowded.

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There are other words to introduce a condition ....When ; as soon as ; unless; in case; before; after; until; while

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How to use other words instead of 'if'I'll give you extra practice when / as soon as finish this activity.
(means I'll do extra practise)
I'll give you extra practise if I finish this activity.

(means I am not sure if I will be able to give you extra practice)
I won't give you extra practice unless you finish this activity first.

(means if you don't do this first so 'unless' shows a negative condition)
As long as you do these activities, you should still be able to get good marks on the test.
(for emphasis)

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How to use other words instead of 'if'Refer to these examples in case there are any problems with conditionals.
(because you might not understand how to use these words)
I can't start the next activity until John completes this one.
(to connect an action or an event in the present to a point in future time)
I'll give you extra assignments after you've finished this one.
(referring to a future action following one action)
You should put your cell phones away before you start the test.

(as a warning or to say that the action in the before clause may not happen
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