Zero conditional
First conditional
Second conditional
Third conditional
General Knowledge

100

Is this sentence correct? 

If Rose went out, she gets wet. 

No. The correct sentence is: If Rose goes out, she gets wet. 

100

True or false. 

The first condtional describes things that we think are likely to happen in the future.

True. 

100

What other word do we use to say "was" in a formal way? 

were

100

Say a verb in past perfect

100

When is Jenny's birthday?

TODAY!

200

Form a sentence 

Smoke/yellow/If/fingers/you/get/you 

If you smoke, you get yellow fingers.

200

What is the structure of the first conditional? 

If + present simple, will + infinitive.

200

What is the structure of the second conditional?

If+ past simple, would + infinitive

200

What is the structure of the third conditional?

If+ past perfect, would have + past participle

200

In what year was the second world war over?

1945

300

When do we use the zero conditional?

When talking about something that always happens. 

300

Most of the time, we use "will" when using the first conditional, what other modal verbs can also be used? (Mention at least 3)

Can, might, should, must, going to. 

300

When do we use the second conditional?

We can use it to talk about things in the future that are probably not going to be true. 

A dream.

300

In what context do we use the third conditional?

To talk about the past and imagine a different outcome than what really happened.

We can use it to show regret or make up an excuse.

300

How many bones are in the adult human body?

206

400

True or false. 

The zero conditional can be used in present and past tense. 

False.

400

Organize this words into a sentence. 

Will/bite/tail/the/pull/dog/if/its/you

The dog will bite you if you pull its tail.

If you pull the dog's tail, it'll bite you. 

400

True or false. 

We can use the second conditional to talk about something that is impossible. 

True.

400

Make up a sentence in third conditional.

400

Which is the biggest ocean?

The Pacific Ocean

500

Make two sentences in zero conditional.

500

Say two sentences without using "will" (use two of the other modal verbs) 

500

How is the second conditional different from the first conditional? (Explain and give example)

The second conditional is used to talk about something that is more unlikely, even impossible. 

The first conditional is used for more realizable statements. 

Example: 

If I go to the store, I will buy some shoes. 

If I won the lottery, I would buy a hundred shoes.

500

organize these words into a sentence.

Cleaned/If/the/have/wouldn't/me/morning/I/had/room/in/I/the/slept/mess/the/between

If I had cleaned the room in the morning, I wouldn't have slept between the mess. 

500

If 50 is 100%, what is 84%?

42