Presentation on theme: "Conditional Sentences are known as Conditional Clauses or If Clauses. They are used to express that the action in the main clause. There are three types."— Presentation transcript:
Conditional Sentences are known as Conditional Clauses or If Clauses. They are used to express that the action in the main clause. There are three types of Conditional Sentences: First condition is real possibility that we can use if+ subject+ verb(present),+ subject+will+future. Second conditional is unreal possibility that we can use if+ past simple, +would +infinitive. Third conditional is no possibility that we can use if+ past perfect +would have +past participle.
We use first conditional to talk about real situations that may happen in the future. We make first conditional by : If + Subject+ Verb(present tense),+ Subject +Will For example: if I win 1,000 Dhs, I will buy a mobile. if Subject Verb, Subject Will
If I study hard, I will If I have time, I will If I find her address, I will If I win some money, I will Pass Call her. invite her. buy anew car.
We use second conditional when we want to talk about imaginary situations in the present or the future. We make second conditional by: If + subject + past, + subject + would + infinitive. For example: If I had 1 million Dhs, I would buy a house. If subject past, subject would infinitive
If I had wings, I would If I had UAD, I would If I married Mary, I would If she saw a crocodile, she would Fly travel all over the world. be happy. catch photo.
We use third conditional when we want to talk about a condition in the past that did not happen. We make third conditional by: If + past perfect, + would have + past participle. For example: If I had won a lottery, I would have bought a car. If past perfect would have past participle.
If I had seen Mary, I would have If I had found her address, I would If I hadnt studied, I wouldnt have If Hanan had been free yesterday, I would have told her. have sent her an invitation. passed my exam. invited her.