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The four conditionals using the word 'if' can oftentimes be confusing, so when teaching, take it one at a time. The zero conditional refers to irrefutable facts: When you put paper in a fire, it will burn. The first conditional refers to a possible future: If I finish my homework, I can go outside and play. The second conditional refers to a hypothetical present or future but is unlikely to come true: If I had a million dollars, I would buy a castle. The third conditional refers to a past hypothetical situation that could have happened but didn't and can't be fulfilled now: If I had studied for the exam, I would have passed it (but I didn't study, so I didn't pass). A mixed conditional combines a second conditional and third conditional: If I had finished my homework on time, I would be playing outside right now (but I didn't, so I'm not).