First Conditionals are a kind of IF sentence that talk about the result of something that can happen.
First Conditionals are a type of factual conditional. There is one other type of factual conditional: Zero Conditionals. First Conditionals are sometimes called "Real Conditionals" because they talk about real situations and conditions and what might happen. Zero Conditionals and First Conditionals are different because a Zero Conditional is always true, like a rule or law. The result of a Zero Conditional always follows. However, in a First Conditional sentence you cannot be sure that the situation will happen. Look at this example:
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If it rains, I will not go to the beach.
Zero Conditionals are one of the five types of conditional sentence in English. They are used to talk about things that are always true. You use this pattern when the result of a condition or situation is 100% sure. They can talk about laws of science, facts and something that always happens.
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The patterns for the five types of conditionals, or IF sentences, in English and some examples. Compare and understand.
There are five types of conditionals in English. This page shows the five patterns next to each other so you can compare them. The five types are listed below:
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