If you ___(eat) many sweets, you _____(harm) your teeth. If you ___ (boil) your food, you _____(lose) a lot of vitamins. You _______ ( not get) enough vitamins if you _______(not eat) fresh food. Future tense here If you can go at the beginning or in the middle of sentence
The Second Conditional The second conditional is a structure used for talking about unreal situations in the present or in the future.
If you _____(exercise) before bedtime, you _____(sleep) better. Your nails ______(not look) so terrible if you _____ (not bite) them. ______ I ____ (loose) weight if I ___ (eat) a sensible diet? If past simple then would verb
The Third Conditional The third conditional is a structure used for talking about unreal situations in the past.
If + past perfect, then would have+ past participle
If I ____(study) harder, I probably _________ (pass) the exam. If we _______ (play) a little better, we _______ (win) the game. If it _____ (snow), we ________ (go) skiing. If+ past perfect, then would have+ past participle