Mar 082019
 
zero conditional

Zero conditionals are a really useful and simple English grammar structure.
We often use them to talk about scientific facts, but that’s not their only use.

In this video lesson you’ll see lots of zero conditional examples and learn how you can also use the structure to talk about habits and routines and even the past.

  • Zero conditionals have two clauses: the condition and result.
    We’ll show you how to form them, make negatives, punctuate them and reverse the order.
    You learn about when and if in zero conditionals and cause effect relationships.
    And just to check that all is clear, we finish with a zero conditionals quiz.

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