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Could you guys tell me were my mistakes are in this, I think I got it.
Thanks for all the help

PRESENT CONDITIONAL
(sometimes called the ZERO CONDITIONAL)
IF + PRESENT / PRESENT
E.g. If you mix yellow and blue, you get green.

1st CONDITIONAL
IF + PRESENT / FUTURE
E.g. If you drink this, you'll get better.

2nd CONDITIONAL
IF + PAST / WOULD('d) + INFINITIVE
E.g. If I saw him again, I'd shake his hand.

3rd CONDITIONAL
IF + PAST PERFECT / WOULD + HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE
E.g. If I had run faster, I would have caught the bus.
Exercise 10
Look at the following sentences and decide whether they are PRESENT, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd CONDITIONALS.

E.g. 1. If I knew where he lived, I'd visit him. 2nd Conditional
2. If you heat water to 100 degrees Celsius, it boils. 1st Conditional
3. If you go out alone at night, you will get into trouble. 2nd Conditional
4. If you had lived in Spain, you would have been able to speak Spanish. 3rd Conditional
5. If I eat chocolate all the time, I get fat. 1st Conditional
6. If I were you, I'd buy the red dress. 2nd Conditional
7. If she had looked where she was going, she wouldn't have had an accident. 3rd connditional
8. If you come to the party tonight, you'll meet Tom. 1st Conditional

Exercise 1
Look at this example taken from a newspaper: "Prime Minister unveils new policies". Although it is written in the present tense, it refers to past time.

Look at the following sentences using present simple tense verbs and decide what time reference they have - PRESENT, PAST, or FUTURE.
E.g. 1. When you see her, will you say hello from me. Future
2. Cantona passes to Giggs, who passes to Sharp. Present
3. She walks in, comes right up to me and says... Past
4. The train leaves at 10.30. Future
5. We'll phone as soon as we get there. Future

Exercise 2
Look through the following sentences and select the TENSE and the time reference used.
E.g. 1. If I won a lot of money, I'd travel the world. Past Simple - Future
2. I wish I had more time to finish this exercise. Past Simple - Past
3. When you have finished, you can go home. Past Perfect - Present
4. 'Major calls for peace summit' (headline). Present Perfect - Past
5. I'm meeting some friends at the pub tonight. Present Progressive - Furure
6. We've got the next lesson in the language library. Present Progressive - Future
7. I am to give a speech at the conference next week. Present simple - Future
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Ex. 10:

#2 is wrong; #3 is wrong; #5 is wrong

Ex. 2:

#2 is wrong; #3 is wrong; #4 is wrong; #6 is wrong.

All the rest are fine, Casas.
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Thank you, looks like im doing a little better