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1. If we ____________ , we ____________ there in time. (HURRY, GET)2. I ____________ to the doctor unless the pain _____________.(NOT GO, INCREASE)3. If you _____________ in public places, you _____________into trouble.(SMOKE, GET)4. We _____________to a picnic tomorrow if the weather _____________nice.(GO, STAY)ENGLISH 91LEARNING OUTCOMESAt the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:identify the different types conditional sentences;use zero, first, second, and third conditional sentences in expressing arguments; andvalue the importance of conditional sentences.Lesson: OverviewA conditional sentence is a type of sentence that states a condition and the outcomeof that condition occurring. Conditional sentences are made up of a dependent clause andan independent clause joined to express said condition. As mentioned, a conditionalsentence contains anindependent clauseand adependent clausethat almost always beginswith “if.” It can only be a conditional sentence if it has both of these parts. In this module,we will deepen your understanding in the conditional sentence.Following are the words that seem unfamiliar to you as you take this lesson:Hypotheticalinvolving or being based on a suggested idea or theory.Voucher –a small printed piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount, or that maybe exchanged for goods or services.Protatisthis refers to the dependent clause expressing the condition.Apodosisthis refers to the main clause expressing the consequence.DEFINITION OF TERMSWHAT DO YOU ALREADY KNOW?Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb given.PRELIMINARY ACTIVITY.
5. Everyone ____________ you if you _____________ them the truth.(BELIEVE, TELL)CONDITIONAL SENTENCESConditional sentences express actions that can only take place if a particular condition isfulfilled. These sentences are also called“if clause”because they are always made up of an ifclause (dependent clause) and amain clause”(independent clause).Example:If I read the brochures, I become informed.There are different types of conditional:zero degree conditional, first degree conditional, seconddegree conditional, and the third degree conditional.Zero Degree Conditional-The zero-degree conditional is used when the situation is real and possible. It is oftenused to refer to general truths and facts, thus, uses the simple present tense in bothparts of the sentence.-Note that most zero conditional sentences will mean the same thing if"when"is usedinstead of"if".if clausemain clauseIf + Present SimplePresent SimpleIf youheat the water to 100 degrees,it boils.Examples:1.If you studyhard, you getgood grades.2.If it rains, the grass getswet.3.If the people donot read news, they remainuninformed.First Degree Conditional-This type of conditional is used to refer to a possible condition and its probable result.

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