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Conditionals are sentences that contain the conjunction \"if\", and they are used to refer to possibilities in the past, present or future. Conditionals are formed by two clauses, the \"if\" clause and the main clause, and either one can come at the beginning of the conditional. However, the \"if\" clause always contains the condition that must be satisfied before the action or state in the main clause can take place. We can also name the main clause as the consequence of the conditional.
There are five main conditionals, each expressing a different tense. The first is the Zero conditional
which has the following form: \"If/when+present tense, present tense\" and is used to refer to actions and facts that are irrefutable, such as in the example \"If you drink coke, you get a sugar rush.\