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Book 3 - Unit 3 - Lessons 2 & 3 - Teacher 2

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Transcript of Book 3 - Unit 3 - Lessons 2 & 3 - Teacher 2

Zero / Real cONDITIONAL
Example:
If
I study hard, I get good grades.
IF CLAUSE (condition)
MAIN CLAUSE
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What x Which
The
First
Conditional

EXAMPLE:
If he arrives
at the airport on time, he
will travel
to Boston.
NOTE:
We use the
first conditional
when
we are
90% sure

about the future.
MORE EXAMPLES:
If I
have
money, I
will buy
a car.

If Bill
doesn't come
to class, he
can't get
good grades.

Helen
will visit
us if she
has
time.

If Katharine
isn't
busy, she
can talk
to you.
4.- Use the
imperative
in the
result clause
to give
instructions
,
commands
, and
invitations
that depend on a certain condition.

EXAMPLE:

If you change your mind,
call
the company.

If a site isn't secure,
don't enter
your credit card information.
IMPERATIVE
IMPERATIVE
USAGE NOTE:
We sometimes use
then
to
emphasize the result
in real conditional sentences with imperatives.
EXAMPLE:
If you change your mind,
then
call
the company.

If a site isn't secure,
then
don't enter
your credit card information.
5.- You can
begin conditional sentences
with the
if
clause
or the
result clause
. The meaning is the same.
EXAMPLE:
If
I shop online
, I save time.
OR
I save time
if
I shop online
.
BE CAREFUL!
Use a
comma
between the two clauses only when the
if
clause comes first
.
NOT!
I save time, if I shop online.
6.- A
conditional sentence
does not always have
if
. You can often use
when
instead of
if
.


Notice that both clauses can use the
present progressive
to describe actions that happen at the same time.
EXAMPLE:
When
Bill
shops
online, he
uses
a credit card.
I
use
Google
when
I'
m surfing
the Web.

When
stores
are opening
in Los Angeles, they
are closing
in Johannesburg.
If I study hard, I get good grades.
PRESENT
PRESENT
yOU CAN ALSO SAY:
If
I study hard
,
I get good grades.
I get good grades
if
I study hard.
What's the difference?
The first sentence has a
comma
.
(Future Possible)
We use the real conditional when we are
100% sure
.
Unlimited options
Limited options
What
is your
favorite color?
Which
student is better - John, Helen or Paul?
THe real conditional /
First conditional
Kevin and Julie
get along really well
If Kevin needs anything
Julie is always there for him
If you are cold.
Put on a jacket.
No, there isn't.
The comma.
Yes, it does.
Wait a minute.
If you are too warm.
Take off your coat.
No, there isn't.
The comma.
No, it doesn't.
The order.
His girlfriend is jealous if he
talks to another girl.
Her boyfriend is jealous if she
talks to another boy.
We get wet if we walk in the rain.
We get sunburned if we stay in
the sun.
If I eat bad food, I feel sick.
If she doesn't talk to him, he is
depressed.
clauses
condition
meaning
comma
7
1
2
5
4
6
8
3
sees
stays
needs
wash
go
buy
turn on
look for
love
are
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