Zero conditional

If + Present tensePresent tense

If you freeze water, /  it turns into ice.

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If you freeze water, it turns into ice.

If I work too much, I get tired.

If I have time, I usually go to the movies.

If she eats hamburgers, she gets an allergy.

If they come here, they always bring a present.

First conditional

If + Present tensewill / can / may / must + verb

If it rains today,          /          I'll stay at home

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If it rains today, I'll stay at home.

If he is busy now, I will come back tomorrow.

If I have time, I'll visit my parents this afternoon.

If it is warm tomorrow, we'll go to the beach.

If he doesn't do his homework, he can not go to the party.

Second conditional

If + Past Simplewould / could / might + verb

If I won the lottery,   /   I would travel around the world.

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If I won the lottery, I would travel around the world.

If I were in Brazil, I would go to Rio de Janeiro.

If I were you, I would buy that car.

If he were in my place, he wouldn't do this.

If I had more money, I would buy a nice apartment.

Third conditional

If + Past Perfect tensewould/could/might + have + past participleIf

I had won the lottery,      /         I would have traveled around the world.

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If I had won the lottery, I would have traveled around the world.

If I had seen him, I would have told him about you.

If I had known the answer, I would have raised my hand.

If she had come on Saturday, I would have seen her.

If they had left earlier, they would have arrived on time.

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