Type 0 Conditionals

Form


IF + ACTION                   , CONSEQUENCE

IF +  PRESENT SIMPLE , PRESENT SIMPLE


Function


We use Type 0 (Zero) conditionals to talk about:


truth, statements of fact or inevitable consequences of actions.


If it rains, I get wet.

I get wet if it rains.


Remember the present simple is used to state facts. A zero conditional is not technically a conditional. It is a way of using a conditional strucutre to describe truth.


If I see the beggar, I give him some money

Related topics


Present Simple form & function


Type I Conditionals


Type II Conditionals


Type III Conditionals


Mixed Conditionals

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