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Conditional sentences are used to describe hypothetical actions and the resulting hypothetical outcomes. They are also referred to as \"if\" statements. For the zero conditional sentence the word \"when\" can replace \"if\". Zero conditionals are used for accepted facts and general truths, and very almost certain outcomes. An example is, \"If I fall asleep I dream.\" The structure uses present tense verbs in both clauses. First conditionals are used to show likely results of an action. \"If I take my medicine, I will feel better sooner.\" The structure uses a present tense verb in the first clause and future tense verb in the second clause. Second conditional are used for unlikely situations such as dreaming or fantasies. \"If I were Superman, I could leap over tall buildings.\" The first clause uses a past tense verb. The second clause uses might, could, would, may and a base form verb. Third conditionals are used when talking about regrets or threats. Both clauses are in the past. \"I I hadn't lost the ring, I could've saved Frodo.\" Bot clauses use past tense verbs. The first is past perfect and the second uses have plus a past participle. The mixed conditional uses a third conditional phrase with a second conditional phrase. It is used to show a past hypothetical with a hypothetical present result. \"if I hadn't lost my sight, I could see the stars.\