Zero Conditional

Zero Conditional

 

When we want to talk about things that are always or generally true, we can use

If/When/Unless plus a present form PLUS present simple or imperative.

Notice that we are talking about something which is generally true, not a specific event.

In the condition clause, there can be a variety of present forms. In the result clause, there can only be the present simple or imperative.

Notice that ‘unless’ means the same as ‘if not’.

HAVE A NICE DAY 

   

For further details 

click on pages of other uses of conditinal

on the right hand column.

https://learningenglishgrammar.wordpress.com/tenses/conditionals-%e2%80%93-simple-past-and-past-perfect-tenses/

Uncle Teng

 

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