Zero Conditional-practice the language

Type the correct verb form to make a zero conditional sentence.

Zero  conditional is used when we talk  about things that generally are always true.

So, if water reaches 100 degrees, it always boils. It's a general fact, not about one particular situation.

The result of the 'if clause' is always the main clause.

If + present simple, ... present simple.

1. If people   too much, they get  fat.

2. If you  a fire, you get   burned.

3. People get hungry  if they don't

4. You get  water if you  hydrogen and oxygen.

5. Snakes  if they  scared.

6.  If babies  hungry, they cry. 

7. Someone who   is a robber.

8. If the sun  up, It's going to be daylight.

9. If you leave ice under the sunlight, it .

10. If I  a rock up in the air, eventually it comes down.

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