Zero or First conditional?

Reply Wed 27 May, 2015 05:18 am
Hi everyone,Could you please tell me what type of conditionals the following are?Please justify your choice why is it zero or 1st conditional?

It's hard for me to determine.
1.If she doesn't apply for a scholarship, of course she(doesn't get/won't get) one.
2.If he logs on to the British Council site,he(finds/'ll find)quite a lot of information about courses in Britain.
3.If you want to do a degree in Britain,you(have to/'ll have to)do a one-year foundation course first.
4.I can't get to sleep if I drink a lot of coffee.(zero cond./ 1st cond.)why?
5.If he asks you for money, don't give him any.(zero cond./ 1st cond.)why?
6.If he asks you for money, you shouldn't give him any.(zero cond./ 1st cond.)why?
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