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What would you do IF you were in these situations?

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Iván Matías Zampedri

on 4 September 2014

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What would you do IF you were in these situations?
You receive a phone call from a person you loved a long time ago and your husband / wife is next to you.
You're at the cinema and you have to answer the phone because it's something about work you have been waiting for.
You're quarreling with a person you hate because you think "words are gone with the wind" and this person won't have any proof against you.
Operators call you more than three times a day offering new plans and equipments and you're trying to finish a very important work. However, you never disconnect the telephone for any emergency that may occur.
ANSWER!
1. How often do you make phone calls?
2. What would you do if cell phones didn't exist?
3. Where can / can't you use cell phones?
4. What do you think abut public telephones?
5. When was the last time you lost / broke a cell phone? How did you feel?
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES!
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
TYPE 3
If I
have
time, I
'll call
you.
Improbable situations in the present.
If I
won
the lottery , I
'd set up
a telephone business.
If my girlfriend
hadn't reminded
me, I
wouldn't have called
you.
Present or future real situations.
Regret or criticism in the past
.
PRACTISE!!!
Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:

1. I don't know what I would've done if I ____________
______________ my cell phone. (find)
2. If I don't find the cell phone, I ________________ all my contacts. (lose)
3. If she found a telephone, she ________________ sell it immediately. (sell)
4. You can make a call only if you ____________ for it dear. (pay)
5. Should you need help, you _____________ me. (call)
hadn't
found
'll lose / will lose
'd sell / would sell
pay
can call
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES!
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
TYPE 3
If I
have
time, I
'll (will) / can / may call
you.
If I
won
the lottery , I
'd (would) / could / might set up
a telephone business.
If my girlfriend
hadn't reminded
me, I
wouldn't have called
you.
IF +
Simple Present
+
Future (CAN - MAY)

IF +
Simple Past
+
Conditional (COULD - MIGHT)

IF +
Past Perfect
+
Conditional Perfect (COULD HAVE - MIGHT HAVE)

Public telephone
Actions!
Make up a story!
Be generous, but do not involve in every single favor you are asked to.
Give me a ring but do not ask for favors!
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