15 Zero Conditional Sentences, If Clauses Type 0

15 Zero Conditional Sentences

Conditionals Type 0

The sentences in which the expected actions depend on a condition, that is, on something that must be done, happen or happen, are called conditional sentences. In other words, an event cannot occur until the event that is supposed to occur occurs. Conditional clauses appear when there is a condition consisting of two different sentences, one starting with “if” and the other being the main sentence and having a verb of its own. In short, we can say that conditional clauses are formed when combined with the if clause, that is, condition, the main clause, that is, result.


How to Make Conditionals Type 0?

Each conditional clause has its own tense, the tense that Type 0 has is the Present Tense. Since this tense is always used when talking about our daily work, activities, general facts, orders, directions, scientific facts, and research, we can easily say that Type 0 also refers to these.

1.If water reaches 100 degrees, it boils.

2.Wood doesn’t burn if there is no air.

3.You get burned if you touch a fire.

4.If you make a cake, you firstly break eggs.

5.Ask Alex if you’re not sure what to do.

6.If you mix blue and yellow, you get green.

7.People die if they don’t eat.

8.If I wake up early, I go jogging.

9.If my sister has money, she will travel.

10.If you eat bad food all the time, you get sick.

11.If people eat too much, they get fat.

12.You get sick if you dress thin clothes in cold weather.

13.If you heat water, eventually it boils.

14.If he is available, ask him to call me.

15.If it snows, the roads get slippery.