About Our Zero Conditionals Worksheets
Welcome to the zero conditional section of Busy Teacher. It is one of several subsections of the conditionals category which should make your search for an appropriate conditional worksheet even easier.
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. It actually has all the instructions and materials for an activity designed to help students practice using the first and zero conditionals. The activity has students match halves of sentences to create logical conditional sentences. If you have more than twenty four students in your class, simply create more cards using your own sentences and if they find the primary exercise too easy, challenge students with the optional extension included in the directions. This may not work for all classes so if you think something else would suit your students better, look at other worksheets posted in this section to find what you are searching for. Already have zero conditional worksheets? Busy Teacher would love to see them so upload them today.
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Zero Conditionals Worksheets
It's been too long since I last uploaded something. Well, this time I bring you a worksheet about conditional sentences. The three different conditionals are explained and there are exercises for ...
In this PowerPoint presentation students learn or, depending on the level, revise the rules of zero, first, second and third conditional sentences. They also understand when to use each conditiona ...
This is a PowerPoint presentation, where all types of conditionals are described in details and with illustrations. Rules, structures and examples of usage are provided. Good luck!
This is a worksheet for teaching or revising if- clauses at pre-intermediate level. There's a simple activity in which students are asked to complete the sentences with the correct form of th ...
This is a gap-filling and matching activity. Students complete and match halves of sentences describing some of the British superstitions. Then they can also think about some local ones. The works ...
This is a worksheet for pre-intermediate and intermediate students for filling the blanks with conditional 0 or 1 and some modal verbs, and turning active sentences into passive ones. It's 30 minu ...
I did this quite a few years ago and been updating it whenever I feel it's getting boring :) There was another example there using sound, but had to cut it off since it wouldn't show. This present ...
Here you will find a series of activities to work with with conditionals (o, I, II & III) as well as a reading comprehension exercise about the superhero Batman. You will also find links from ...
Quite useful to use with a projector in the classroom, not only at the beginning of a lesson, but also to revise.
Teachers may use the presentation with theoretical material of all conditionals. You can use these slides for explaining the conditionals, there are some examples when and how to use, as well as t ...
This worksheet can be used as a game. Get the students in groups and make them cut and shuffle the cards. Set a time limit to form correct sentences, which includes correct punctuation as well. Th ...
It explains all conditionals through pictures and suitable cartoons. I'm sure students will understand this subject better with the help of this powerpoint. Because it has also exercises which can ...
This is a worksheet for teaching or revising zero conditional at intermediate level. There is a brief explanation followed by 2 activities in which students are asked to match the columns and ...
A simple presentation of the 0 conditional for beginners with pictures and an easy exercise. It can be used for both English and Greek students. It can be used to introduce the 0 conditional ...
This is a worksheet on mixed conditionals which are classified into 3 groups so as to make it easier for students to study. After the summary, there are two exercises: 1)Choose the most suit ...
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