Yes it does. Hence, my stammering. :?Originally Posted by RonBee
No, that's a first conditional. It has the future tense in the result clause. Zero conditionals that deal with known facts can also be stated as first conditionals.Originally Posted by RonBee
If you touch a hot stove, you get burned.
If you touch a hot stove, you will get burned.
Ah, that's interesting. The two statements mean the same thing, but the way it is expressed makes it either a zero conditional or a first conditional.Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
Hopefully, I will remember what I have learned so far.
- If you touch a hot stove you will get burned.
- If you study hard you can get good grades.
First conditional? Or should it be:
- If you study hard you will get good grades.
Definitely a first conditional, right?
- If I choose to work, I will work.
A first conditional, right?