schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst GENERAL CONDITIONALS 

ruby laser autonivel there When we express conditions that are applicable all the time, we use “if clause type 0”, also known as “general conditionals.” In this form, we use the present simple tense both in the conditional clause and in the main clause.


If + present simple, present simple

If I listen to loud music, I always have a headache.

If you freeze water, it turns to ice.

If you mix blue and yellow, you get green.


In the case below, we can use “when” or “whenever” instead of “if”

If / Whenever I am late, my father gets angry.