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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
IF condition GRAMMAR Done by : Samiha El9a7rah.com.
IF CLAUSES ORAÇÕES CONDICIONAIS. Type Zero conditionals express a real or very probable situation in the present. They are formed as follows: Oração CondicionalOração.
Past Simple Positive + I work he she work it we you work they ed ed ed.
SIMPLE PAST AFFIRMATIVE SIMPLE PAST AFFIRMATIVENEGATIVE.
Las Oraciones Condicionales Lucia Seoane Quintana 1ºBach B.
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES B 2
ALL CONDITIONALS and future time clauses to talk about hypothetical, real, possible,improbable,impossible, regretful etc …. situations If …………… (and.
Conditional Clauses. 1. Realistic Conditions >> conditions which the speaker thinks can be fulfilled IF +INICATIVE,WILL-FUTURE –If the plane arrives on.
SECOND CONDITIONAL of grammar. Contents 1.FormForm 2.UsageUsage 3.NotesNotes 4.Alternatives to “If”Alternatives to “If”
real situations We use conditionals to talk about:
Unreal Conditionals: Present, Future, and Past
Adverb Clauses. Let’s remember: Adverbs modify or describe verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Ex: He walks quickly. “Quickly” modifies “walks” A.
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.
Unit 5 Simple Present, Time Clauses, Used To, and Would.
- 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.
CONDITIONAL TENSES: PRESENT CONDITIONAL TENSE: It is formed with SHOULD/WOULD + INFINITIVE It is formed with SHOULD/WOULD + INFINITIVE I would work.
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