Zero Conditional Exercise 3

The zero conditional is an if-clause you use to talk about situations or facts that are always true. This conditional is mostly used to talk about (scientific) facts or to give instructions. It’s important that both verbs are in the present simple. The verb in the if-clause and the verb in the main clause need to be in the present simple.

This is an exercise in which you need to fill in the correct form of the verb.

You can find the exercise below:

Zero Conditional Exercise 3

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the verb in the zero conditional.
Plants (to die) if you (not, to water) them.
I always (to smile) when I (to think) about my wife.
You (to get) tired if you (to work) too much.
The baby (to wake up) if we (to make) too much noise.
You (to get) tired when you (to run).
Ice (to melt) when you (to leave) it in the sun.
If you (to press) the brake, the car (to stop).
I (to feel) sick when I (to drink) too much.
If I (to eat) too much, I (to put on) weight.
I (to feel) tired if I (to get) up early.

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