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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #108506: Conditional
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    Zero conditional is used to talk about factual or true information.

    First conditional is used to talk about future situations based on conditions.

    Second conditional is used to speculate on something that we think is impossible.

    Third conditional is used to speculate about past events. It is often used to express regret or to imagine a different result of a past situation.

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    1. If I an English teacher, I would have been an art historian.
    2. I recognised you if somebody hadn't told me who you were.
    3. I wouldn't have told you if I known that you would get upset.
    4. Would she still be with him if she his real character?
    5. What if you didn't need to work?
    6. If he enough free time to practise, he would be a good pianist.
    7. If the weather is good, I tennis.
    8. I'd have helped him if he asked me.
    9. If I to the supermarket, I will buy some milk.
    10. If you water, you'll die.

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