Conditional sentences (zero and first conditional)
Ortiz Salvador, Blanca Estela
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Conditionals in English grammar are sometimes called 'if clauses'. They are used to describe the result of something that might happen either in the present or future. . Although the various conditional forms might seem quite abstract at first, they are actually some of the most useful structures in English and are commonly included in daily conversations.
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Trujillo Castillo, Paulina (2014-05-30)The following presentation shows what conditionals are, and which one it is used to talk about real situations. La siguiente presentación muestra que son los condicionales, y cual de ellos es usado para hablar de situaciones ...
Cruz Bautista, Elizabeth (2011-07)This presentation is about the second conditional. It contains some examples and exercises as well.
Cortés Fernández, Lidie Susana (2011)A first conditional sentence consists of two clauses, an if clause and a main clause