Exercise 1: zero conditional (if clause type 0)

(Practise forming conditional clauses type 0)

if clause type 0 – matching exercise

Difficulty: rather easy (2 of 5)

Match the clauses on the right to those on the left, forming an if clause type 0, a zero conditional sentence. The complete statement must make sense.

  • Example: “If you make a cake, ← you need the ingredients first.

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If my girlfriend gets up late,
If you look into bright light,
In summer, you can see fireflies
I feel sick
If Peter plays the guitar at home,
A lot of people go to the park
You keep fit
If our dog sees a cat,

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