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CONDITIONALS

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Andrea Castañeda Walters

on 15 October 2014

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Transcript of CONDITIONALS

CONDITIONALS
2nd type of conditional
If +
past simple
,
conditional simple
1st type of conditional
3rd type of conditional
If +
past perfect
,
conditional perfect
Don't forget
!!
- Inversion also possible without comma.
- "Unless" -> If not; Unless + verb in affirmative.
- Imperative and modal verbs are also used instead of future simple.
Remember
!!
- Inversion is also possible... without comma!
- "Were" is used in 2 type of conditional in 1st and 3rd person singular.
Be careful
!!
If +
present simple
,
future simple
What
tenses?
How many
types?

What
structures?
...comma...?
when?
confused?

+
If you
read
this book, you
will enjoy
it.

-


You
won't pass
the test if you
don't study
.
?
Will
you
go
to the party if they
invite
you?
You
won't pass
unless

you
study
or
You
won't pass
if you
don't study.
+ If Marc
had known
, he
would have told
me.
?
Would
you
have gone
if they
had invited
you?
- The dog
wouldn't have escaped
if you
hadn't left
the door open.
- With irregular past participles.
- Inversion is also possible.
- Used for unreal situations we cannot change.
(Past)
- Used for situations that are likely to happen. (Present / Future)
- Used for hypothetical situations not likely to happen.
(Present / Future)
We hope we have
helped you.
Good bye!

+
If I
won
the lottery, I
would buy
a motorbike.
-
If I
were
you, I
wouldn't do
that.
?
What
would
you
do
if you
found
50€?
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