A little bit of grammar can’t hurt

I think this is a clear explanation of what we call the ‘zero conditional’: “We use the zero conditional to talk about something that will always happen (the result), if or when a particular condition is met.” So ….

You can always read my blog posts if you have some time to spare.

Read about this language point on the BBC website here.

 

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Written by Christine Burgmer

15. March 2016