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The difference between zero conditional and first conditional

It comes down to what it says in the image you posted: Zero conditional sentences are situations that are generally true. First conditional sentences describe possible future situations. As is often ...
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CNN: "Had he lived, he would be 95 years old this year." | Why is it "....would be...." instead of "....would have been..."?

There is a grammar rule here. But I only know the rules, I don't know the reason behind them. It is called the present subjunctive mood. its form is: would(could+might)+do for example: If I had the ...
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