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Transcript of If Clauses
Talk about universal truth and habits.
If + present tense, present tense
To speak about present and future
situations which are unlikely to happen
To speak about possible or probable future events.
To make promises or warnings
To give commands
If simple Present, simple future
If Clause + Main Clause
If I work a lot
I will earn a lot of money.
water to 100°C,
What happen if you heat water to 100 degree?
If I had $200,000 now, I would buy a car.
# O condicional é formado por 2 partes:
Carmen Ramirez Gonzalez
Prof. Geymisom Melo
Usamos as sentenças condicionais para expressar situações hipotéticas, ou seja, situações que possam vir a acontecer.
To speak about impossible past events
If + Past Perfect Tense, Would Have +Past Participle
enough money, I
would have bought
the camera yesterday.
sick tomorrow, I
will not go
is often used instead of
in the 1st and 3rd person singular
Zero Conditional: (Verdadeira sempre)
Water boils if it reaches 100º
f /when + present tense ….. / modal
First Conditional: (Provável ou Possível)
If I study, I’ll pass
If/unless + present, Future
Second Conditional: (Improvável, Hipotética ou Imaginária)
If I studied, I would pass
If + past, ……would +inf.
Third Conditional: (Impossível)
If I had studied, I would have passed
If + past perfect ….. would have + pp
If she were rich she would travel a lot.
rich she would travel a lot
# Podemos Dividir as IF CLAUSES em:
Zero Conditional, First conditional, second Conditional and Third Conditional.
would have been
would have been
will not place
would not worry
Podemos Dividir as IF CLAUSES em: