B1 Conditionals recap

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Quick test to revise Conditional Sentences in English
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If you buy this phone today, you will get another one for free. First conditional
If you heat water for too long, it boils. Zero Conditional
They would run a marathon if they were fit. Second Conditional
If she had bought that flat, she would have made a big mistake. Third conditional
If Henry passes this course, his parents will buy him a car. First Conditional
If I were you, I would tell him how you feel right now. Second Conditional
If he hadn't sold those chairs on Wallapop, we wouldn't have met. Third Conditional
Liz will enter the talent show if she goes to that audition. First conditional
I would have given you a hand if you had asked for help. Third Conditional
If it rains too much, people get grumpy. Zero Conditional
Which conditional is used to make hypothesis about past events? Third Condidional, of course!
Which conditional is used to talk about possible events in the future? First Conditional, yeah!
Which conditional is used to make present or future hypothesis? Second Conditional, yay!
Which conditional is used to talk about rules and things that are always true? Zero... wait for it... Conditional!
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