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TYPE 1 If clause Habit e.g. If / When I have money, Present simple Main clause I usually buy a lottery ticket. Present simple
TYPE 1 If clause advice e.g. If you have money, Present simple Main clause buy a lottery ticket! Imperative
TYPE 1 If clause real condition e.g. If I have money, Present simple Main clause I will buy a lottery ticket. Future simple
TYPE 2 If clause Possible / imaginary condition e.g. If I had money, If I were you, Were I you, Past simple Main clause I would buy a ticket. I’d buy a ticket. Would + verb
TYPE 3 If clause impossible condition e.g. If I had had money, Past perfect Main clause I would have bought a ticket. Would+ have+ vb3
If unless providing (that) suppose/ supposing (that) when
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.
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Si Clauses Responding to a « What if…? » situation.
Past Simple Positive + I work he she work it we you work they ed.
We use the first conditional to talk about actions or events in the future which are likely to happen or have a real possibility of happening.
Conditional Sentences Although the rules of grammar for conditional sentences usually those using the word si ("if") can get fairly complex, in the vast.
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Does it Swap Or drop ?. Main Auxiliaries DROP : Do Does Did SWAP : To be + Ing Have/Has+ Participle Will + Verb Would + Verb.
‘If’ Clauses Factual & Hypothetical. If Clauses - Factual Present: If I have time, I sew. (When I have time, I sew.) If it rains, she always takes her.
If you heat water to 100°C, it boils. If the sun comes up, it gets light. If you dont come to class, the teacher marks you absent. If + subj. + present.
Things that usually or always happen General or scientific facts and definitions Instructions in situations Main Clouse Present Simple Main Clouse Present.
A Conditional sentence is one in which one thing depends on another. They are used to make predictions or explore possibilities. They are concerned.
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Si Clauses French If…-then Clauses Many students of French have a hard time with si clauses (also known as conditionals or conditional sentences), but.
Modals can- could will- would may - might - must shall- should.
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