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Winter FACTS- ZERO CONDITIONAL Put the verbs in present simple in these zero conditional sentences •If the temperature in the atmosphere (be) warm, the vapor in the clouds (fall) on the ground as rain. •However, If the air temperature (be) so cold, tiny ice crystals (form) in the clouds. •If many ice crystals (combine), they (form) snowflakes. •The snowflake (grow) into a very large flake, up to two centimeters if the air temperature (not be) very cold. · If there (be) a heavy snow, schools (can) declare a SNOW DAY. · If a snow day (be) declared, children (not go) to school.

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