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If I lived in the mountains...

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Mary Luz Castro

on 23 February 2015

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Transcript of If I lived in the mountains...

If I lived in the mountains...
I live in a huge, polluted city.
Since I live in the city I can only imgine what it would be like to live in the mountains.
If I
lived
in the mountains...
We use the
second conditional
to IMAGINE a situation
The ideas expressed with the second conditional are considered
hypothetical
,
imaginary
or
improbable
.

It's usually used to
dream and imagine
.

If I
lived
in the mountains, I'
d watch
incredible sunsets.
There's a variety of structures.
LOOK!
IF CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSE
If + past simple/continuous, Would, could, should, might
You can use the second conditional to give advice.
If I
were
you, I'
d buy
a cottage in the mountains. It seems you're tired of living in the city.
Compare with 1st and 2nd conditionals.
If Brad
lives
in the mountains, I
'll visit
him next summer.
(I didn't know he lives in the mountains. I've just known and want to visit him)

If Brad
lived
in the mountains, I'
d visit
him next summer.
(but he still lives in the city...)
However, I would like to live in the mountains.
I
would live
in a small cottage.
I
would hike
every afternoon.
If I
lived
in the mountains, I
could have
some farm animals.
If it
were snowing
for three days continuously, I
wouldn't be
able to leave my cottage.
If I
didn't have
farm animal, I
should store
enough food in case it snowed and I was isolated.
If the winter
was
too cold, I
might light
the fireplace.
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