Zero Conditionals – These are all, generally, true.
Zero Conditionals in Sentences – Time to make some sentences.
The First Conditional – We start you off and you finish it up.
The Second Conditional – For the most part, these are totally hypothetical.
The Third Conditional – This could not, would not, and should not have happened.
0, 1, 2, 3 Conditionals – Write your own conditional sentences to varying degrees, but use the same content.
Match the Conditionals – Match each sentence below with the correct conditional.
Does That Sound Right? – Choose the correct option for each sentence below.
It Sounds Like? – Read each sentence below and write whether it is a zero, first, second or third conditional.
What Condition? – Read the sentences below and decide if they are zero, first, second or third conditional sentences.
Matching Statements – Match the statements on the left to the correct statement on the right to make a conditional sentence.
Snowflake Sentences – Read each sentence and decide if the sentence is zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional or third conditional.
All Conditions – Using the explanations and examples to help you, write your own conditional sentences.
Statement Probabilities – Read each statement and based on the probability of it occurring; decide which condition it falls under.
Change Direction – Read the first sentence and then write two more sentences, changing the sentence from a first conditional to a second and third conditional, keeping with the same theme as the first sentence.