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CONDITIONAL TENSE

Saiba como usar as três formas do Conditional tense na Língua Inglesa.
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Jorge Schalgter Leal

on 31 March 2016

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Conditional Tense
Por Jorge Schalgter Leal
3
2
1
. .
.
(
If
I
work
a lot I
will earn
a lot of money.
1ª Condicional: expressa uma situação hipotética no futuro e é marcada pela construção: “If +
present -> Will”.
If
she
studies
she
will be
approved.
Ex.:
2ª Condicional: expressa uma situação hipotética no presente e é marcada pela construção: “If +
past -> would”.
If
he
had
a lot money he
would travel
around the world.
Ex.:
. .
.
(
3ª condicional - expressa uma situação hipotética no passado e é marcada pela construção: “If +
past participle - would + past participle
).
. .
.
_
. .
.
_
If
he
had listened
to his mother he
wouldn’t have

gotten
that cold.
Ex.:
. .
.
)
Thank you for your
attention!!
More examples....
Please, try identifying some of them!
Se eu
ganhasse
na loteria hoje,
casaria
com você!
Se você
beber
, não
dirija
!
Eu
poderia ter enviado
o e-mail se Maria
tivesse pedido
!
If you drink, don`t disturb anyone!
present
imperative
I will open the window if teacher asks to me!
future
present
PRESENT
WILL + VERB
If you open the door, that bird escapes.
If you opened the door, that bird would escape.
past
would
PAST
WOULD + VERB
Monalisa would have approved on BBB if she hadn`t studied in Harvard.
If I hadn`t been courious, maybe the crab couldn`t have bited me!
HAD + VERB
WOULD HAVE + VERB
COULD / MIGHT HAVE
NOW LET`S PRACTICE THE GRAMMAR!
Pay attention!
They wouldn't have missed the opportunity if they had paid attention.
If we had stayed at home, we could have seen her son.
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