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Is the present or past continous possible in an unreal and real conditional?
Are the following correct?

If I am exercising, I will sweat a lot. - conditional II

If I were exercising, I would sweat a lot. - conditional I

If I am exercising, I sweat a lot. - zero condional

Also, are present and past perfect continous possible in if conditionals? Kindly give an example. Thanks.
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Yes, they are fine.

If I have been exercising, I sweat a lot / I will have sweated a lot.

If I had been exercising, I would have sweated a lot.
Thank you very much.
Mister MicawberIf I have been exercising, I sweat a lot / I will have sweated a lot.
Can I also say here "I will sweat a lot." in the main clause?
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Yes, I suppose so; those sentence depend on when the sweating occurs relative to the exercise.
Thank you very much for that clarification.
Mister MicawberYes, I suppose so; those sentence depend on when the sweating occurs relative to the exercise.
Do you think my interpretations are correct in the following?

If I have been exercising, I sweat a lot. (= the sweating happens every time I am exercising for a certain duration)

If I have been exercising, I will have sweat a lot. (= the sweating will have been completed after exercising for a certain duration in the future)

If I have been exercising, I will sweat a lot. (= the sweating will happen in the future if I am exercising for a certain duration in the future)
Here's what they mean to me:

If I have been exercising, I sweat a lot. (= I always sweat after I exercise) - An expression of a general truth.

If I have been exercising, I will have sweat a lot. (= I always sweat while I exercise)- 'Will' is an expression of conviction.
If I have been exercising, I will sweat a lot. (= I always sweat after I exercise) - 'Will' is an expression of conviction.
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I see my interpretations are incorrect.

Thank you for providing the correct meanings. Do you also think the following has the same meaning as "will have sweat"? If not, how is it different?

If I have been exercising, I will have been sweating a lot. (= I always sweat while I exercise)