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Conditionals describe the result of a certain condition. The if clause tells you the condition (If you study hard) and the main clause tells you the result (you will pass your exams). The order of the clauses does not change the meaning.
Conditionals

ZERO CONDITIONAL (REAL IN THE PRESENT)

present simple + present simple
If I have enough time, I watch TV every evening.

FIRST CONDITIONAL (REAL IN THE FUTURE) 

present simple + (will + verb)    
If I have enough time, I will watch TV later on tonight.

SECOND CONDITIONAL (UNREAL IN THE  PRESENT / FUTURE)

past simple + (would + verb)
If I had enough time, I would watch TV now or later on.

THIRD CONDITIONAL (UNREAL IN THE PAST)

past perfect + (would have + past participle)
If I had had enough time, I would have watched TV yesterday.
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