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Second Conditional

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Carmen Leguizamon

on 12 May 2016

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Transcript of Second Conditional

What would the world be like ...?
If there were no wars?
If there were no countries?
If there was no greed?
If we had no possessions?
If we had fewer things?
If you won ten million dollars, where would you live?
What if the world were going to end tomorrow because of a meteor? What would you do?
If you had a million dollars, who would you give the most money to?
If you moved to a different country, what would you miss the most?
If you could be a famous person, who would you be?
If you had more time, what would you do?
Imagine...
second conditional
Use
1-Talk about imaginary, improbable or hypothetical situations

which are contrary to facts in the present and, therefore,are unlikely to happen in the present or future.
If I were a colour, Iwould be
blue
.
We also use the second conditional to give advice:
If I were you, I would tell her the truth.
If you were a person of the opposite sex, who would you be/ or what would you do?
Or we can reverse the order
If I didn't eat any fast food,I'd be healthier.
But I haven't stopped eating fast food, so I'm neither fit nor healthy.
Condition
Result
So if you say...
So now think...
What would you do in the following situations?
Sometimes, we use
should, could or might instead of would
, for example: If I won a million dollars, I could stop working.
There is an unreal possibility that the condition will happen.
Form
Notice that we are thinking about a present or future condition.
Give a piece of...
Your friend found a golden bracelet on the street...
Your best friend met the man of her dreams. The problem is that he is moving to another country for a year in just a few weeks.
Your friend can't sleep well at night...
Your friend has failed all the maths exams.
Your friend is having problems with bullies at school. They insult her/him every day.
You lent your friend some money but he/she forgot to pay you back.
You meet your English teacher at a disco.
Your neighbour played loud music late at night.
What would you do if you were at home now
Excersise
In an ideal world....
Complete the sentences using
would.
1- Everyone ..................in a nice house.
2-Everyone.............enough food to eat.
3-There......................... any poverty in the world.
4-We............pollution from cars or factories.
5-People ................ of hunger.
What would you do if he was your boyfriend?
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