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Zero conditional Exercises

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Form : ( If / When + subject + present simple, subject + present simple )


In English, the zero conditional talks about facts or things that are always true.

Examples sentences :

  • If you heat ice, it melts.
  • If water reaches 100 degrees, it boils.
  • If you don't exercise, you become unfit.
  • When I'm worried, I don't sleep well.
  • When I'm really tired, I can sleep anywhere.

Notes for use of zero conditional :

'If' and 'when' have the same meaning in the zero conditional.

We can use a modal instead of a present form to give advice.

  • If the medicine has no effect, you should return to the doctor.
Zero conditional example sentences
It always turns into a huge problem.
Once you show him where it is, he always poos and pees there.
When you like some shoes, they never have your size.
What I said was, if it's not necessary, I never kill any animal...
When you like some clothes, they don't have the colour or the size you want, etcetera.
Maybe it's better if we wait in different queues.
Yes, if it's okay for you, it's totally fine for me, too.
When I go there, I usually have to stay at least a month.
I like the skin on if you make it crispy!
If there's anything wrong with your pet...
If you want to take your pet to Australia with you.
The flight takes roughly 18 hours...
You are always welcome to take the room.
If you take it from Clapham-Junction it takes roughly an hour.
Yeah, when I hear chips I remember her now.
If you are buying lots of things, it turns into a hassle!
Whenever that happens, this is what you ask me to do the next morning.
If there is no delay in connecting flights.
Don't forget Cate, if you can leave your cat with someone else...
You have to leave it in quarantine for 6 months!

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Zero conditional