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Conditionals

Zero Conditional

If you heat water at 100 degrees, it boils.


1st Conditional

If she works hard, she will/may/can be promoted.
If he calls, tell him to meet me at 7.
As/So long as he studies, he will pass.
Provided/Providing he finds a job, he’ll buy a new car.
Suppose/Supposing he has enough money, he’ll go on holidays.
Suppose/What if /Imagine you win the lottery, what will you do?
Assuming he leaves, what will you do?
On condition you hand in your paper in time, you’ll pass the course.
Unless she studies, she won’t pass.
Only if she studies, will she pass.
Even if he apologises, I won’t forgive him.
You’d better work harder; otherwise/or/or else you will be fired.
If he should exercise, he will lose weight.
Should he exercise, he will lose weight.
Should he not exercise, he won’t lose weight.

2nd Conditional

If she worked hard, she would/could/might/should be promoted.
As/So long as he studied, he would pass.
Provided/Providing he found a job, he’d buy a new car.
Suppose/Supposing he had enough money, he’d go on holidays.
Suppose/What if /Imagine you won the lottery, what would you do?
Assuming he left, what would you do?
On condition you handed in your paper in time, you’d pass the course.
Unless she studied, she wouldn’t pass.
Only if she studied, would she pass.
Even if he apologised, I wouldn’t forgive him.
You don’t work hard; otherwise/or/or else you wouldn’t be fired.
If he were to exercise, he would lose weight.
Were he to exercise, he would lose weight.
Were he not to exercise, he wouldn’t lose weight.
If he didn’t help me, I couldn’t do it.
If it weren’t for his help/his helping me, I couldn’t do it.
But for/Without his help/his helping me, I couldn’t do it.

3rd Conditional

If she had worked hard, she would/could/might/should have been promoted.
Provided/Providing he had found a job, he’d have bought a new car.
Suppose/Supposing he had had enough money, he’d have gone on holidays.
Suppose/What if /Imagine you had won the lottery, what would you have done?
Assuming he had left, what would you have done?
Only if she had studied, would she have passed.
Even if he had apologised, I wouldn’t have forgiven him.
You worked hard; otherwise/or/or else you would have been fired.
If he had exercised, he would have lost weight.
Had he exercised, he would have lost weight.
Had he not exercised, he wouldn’t have lost weight.
If he hadn’t helped me, I couldn’t have done it.
If it hadn’t been for his help/his helping me, I couldn’t have done it.
But for/Without his help/his helping me/having helped me, I couldn’t have done it.

Conditionals - Short forms

He doesn’t study, but if he did, he would pass.
He didn’t study, but if he had, he would have passed.
“Do you think he’ll pass?” “If he studies, he will.”
“Can he buy a car?” “If he had money, he could.”
“Did he buy a car?” “If he had had money, he would have.”
If you are tired, you can leave.
If tired, you can leave.
Are you coming to the party? If so/If not, let me know.

Mixed Conditionals

If he had prepared for the test, he would be able to perform well today.
If he weren’t a liar, I would have trusted him.


in the event of/in case of

Evacuate the building in the event of fire.
These are the instructions you must follow in case of fire.

in that event = if that happens

In that event, we will the call police.


Other if- structures

I was wondering if/whether you could help me. (asking sm to do sth)
I don’t know/doubt/wonder if/whether he is coming. (uncertainty)
If you would like to call me, please do so. (desire)
He asked me if/whether he would leave. (reported speech)

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