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Time Clauses

This is the Unit 9 of New Headway Pre-Intermediate

Georgina Kusano

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Time Clauses

First Conditional Look at this sentence: Time Clauses WHEN WHILE AS SOON AS

AFTER BEFORE UNTIL These conjunctions of time introduce secondary clauses: Circle the correct conjunction of time and write the correct form of the verb in brackets.

1. When / Before they arrive, (bring) __b_ri_ng__ them to me.
2. Let’s not got out while / until the rain (stop) ______ .
3. As soon as / While I (arrive) ______ I’ll ring you.
4. I’ll finish this work before / until I (go) ______ home.
5. Feed the cat as soon as / while I (be) ______ away.
6. After / While we (leave) _____ here we’re driving to L.A. WILL Use: Form I’ll give her a ring when I get home. Example:
When I get home, I’ll…
While we’re away, …
As soon as I hear from you, … Will expresses a decision or intention made at the moment of speaking. Give me your case. I'll carry it for you. It also expresses a future fact. The speaker thinks
"This action is sure to happen in the future. Manchester will win the cup. Tomorrow's weather will be warm and sunny. The speaker is predicting the future, without expressing an intention, plan, or personal judgement. if + Present Simple, will + infinitive with to Questions Short answers: Noted:
The conditional clause If… can come at the beginning of the sentences or at the end. Beginning:
If I work hard, I’ll pass my exams. End:
I’ll pass my exams if I work hard. Use: To express a possible condition and a probable result in the future. If my cheque comes, I’ll buy us all a meal.
You’ll get wet if you don’t take an umbrella.
What’ll happen to the environment Hot Verbs - take, get, do, and make
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