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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 CLAUSES. Conditionals always have two parts: the Main Clause and the IF Clause (When the If Clause goes first, it is followed by a comma,
Unit 5 Simple Present, Time Clauses, Used To, and Would.
Second conditional sentences: if + past simple, would / wouldn’t + infinitive. Second conditional If I had more money, I’d buy a bigger house. If I had.
CONDITIONALS. TYPES AND USES First conditional (probable) It is used to express what will happen if the condition is fulfilled Second conditional (unprobable)
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.
CONDITIONALS. ZERO CONDITIONAL If you dont water flowers, they die. If you have a headache, stop watching TV. With zero conditional we express a general.
Ms. Doris García1 Conditional 0 Is formed by the use of the present simple in the if clause followed by a comma the present simple in the result clause.
I and II. Situations that are always true if something happens. NOTE: This use is similar to, and can usually be replaced by, a time clause using.
Conditionals Present real conditionals. FORM [If / When... Simple Present...,... Simple Present...] [... Simple Present... if / when... Simple Present...]
CONDITIONALS BARBARA MELONI. REAL CONDITIONALS 1.WHAT DO WE USE THE ZERO CONDITIONAL FOR? 2.HOW DO WE FORM IT? 3.WHAT DO WE USE THE FIRST CONDITIONAL.
CONDITIONALS: Zero – First – Second. If + Present TensePresent Tense you heat water to 100 degrees, IF you eat too much, it boils. you become fat. The.
CONDITIONAL TENSES: PRESENT CONDITIONAL TENSE: It is formed with SHOULD/WOULD + INFINITIVE It is formed with SHOULD/WOULD + INFINITIVE I would work.
If Clauses Conditional Clauses If clause indicates the condition and a principal clause indicates the result of the action.
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES B 2. Conditional sentences 1 main clause 2 conditional clause Real conditionals Type O The same tense in both clauses. Usually present.
Las Oraciones Condicionales Lucia Seoane Quintana 1ºBach B.
Conditional Moods/Verbs RACHEL BATHURST, MICHAEL YATES, JOESEPH TULK, AND MATT HIRES.
CONDITIONALS ESL 11B. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES -Contain a condition and a result “If this thing happens, then that thing happens.” If I eat late at night,
Conditional sentences are created by 2 clauses ( חלק משפט ): the IF clause – condition the main clause – result They show that the result can only.
Adverb Clauses. Let’s remember: Adverbs modify or describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Ex: He walks quickly. “Quickly” modifies “walks” A.
CONDITIONALS. Objectives Identify past, present and future conditionals Identify real vs unreal conditionals Write correct conditional sentences.
By: Noddy. Conditionals The conditionals are used to talk about possible or imaginary situations. A "Condition" is a "situation or circumstance".
Conditionals Mr. Houmad. Conditional Type 0: If you don’t water flowers, they die. conditional type : a fact / general truth If clause: Present Simple.
CONDITIONALS. Conditional sentences are used to express that the action in the main clause (with no if) can only take place if a certain condition (in.
ALL CONDITIONALS and future time clauses to talk about hypothetical, real, possible,improbable,impossible, regretful etc …. situations If …………… (and their.
Conditionals Sarah Morris. What is a conditional? A conditional sentence is a sentence containing the word if. Something will happen if a condition.
Francis Jiménez. -N- Brandon Cruz.. 1)[If / When...Simple Present...,... Simple Present...]
If it doesn’t rain, we’ll have a picnic. Meaning? Possible Form? If/ unless + present simple / Future tense/ modal verb in present or an imperative Example.
CONDITIONALS. DEFINITION conditional sentences are subordinate clauses that consist of if-clause and main clause.
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. (TOP MARKS 1º BACHILLERATO p.82 – ) Burlington Books.
CONDITIONAL SENTENCESES. Made By : Abeer Nawaf AL-Sarayrah First secondary class Mutah school for girls year
Simple Tenses How do you make the present tense? Use the infinitive form of the verb unless it is in the 3 rd person singular (add –s) And unless it is.
Zero Conditional The zero conditional is used to talk about things which are always true – scientific facts, general truths, and so on. IF Clause Main.
We use conditionals to talk about: a)real situations b) imaginary situations.
CONDITIONALS. FIRST CONDITIONAL If the weather is nice, we will go for a walk. If you don’t apologize, she will never trust you again. The first conditional.
Past Simple Positive + I work he she work it we you work they ed.
Type 0 - Type 1 - Type 2 - Type 3 Mixed Conditionals Sentence connectors showing condition.
Conditional Forms if. First Conditional Conditional clause If + Present Tense Main clause will + inf. /imperative Time : refers either to present or to.
Learn English Tenses Time in English – with Tenses.
We use conditionals to talk about situations (real or unreal) and probable results or consequences of these situation Conditionals are made up of two.
1 Zero Conditional 2 First Conditional 3 Second Conditional 4 Third Conditional.
- IF Clause (a condition) + Main Clause (a result). If s/he doesn’t call me, I won’t talk to her/him again. I won’t talk to her/him again if s/he doesn’t.
Conditionals. Four basic forms: Zero conditional If + present tense – present tense First conditional If + present tense – will (not) + infinitive Second.
ZERO CONDITIONAL IF + SIMPLE PRESENT + SIMPLE PRESENT Used for scientific facts or general truths.
IF CLAUSE 2 Unreal Conditionals: Present, Future, and Past.
Conditional sentences We use conditional sentences to describe how an action or situation affects its result. Second Conditional First Conditional Third.
First Conditional And future time clauses
Conditional Clauses. You use a conditional clause to talk about a possible situation and its results. Conditional clauses often begin with ‘if’. To make.
Условные предложения. Conditional sentences Second conditional Third conditional First conditional.
THIRD CONDITIONAL Jack wanted to buy a house last year but he couldn’t do that because he didn’t have any money. If I had had a lot of money, I would.
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES. 3 MAIN TYPES: First, second and third conditional.
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