Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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 simple, subj. + present simple. Zero conditional present time always true/fact every time IF
If I have enough money, Ill buy a nice car. If + subj. + present tense, subj. + will + base form. First conditional present/future time possible/likely/true/real IF
If I had a lot of money, I would buy my own island. If + subj. + past tense, subj. + would + base form. Second conditional present/future time impossible/unlikely IF If I were the most beautiful woman in the world, I would make a lot of money. If I could start any company, I would start a fashion label selling handbags. If I lived in China, I would eat a lot of Chinese food. If I had a lot of time, I would go travelling in Africa.
A: Some of these conditional sentences are correct, but some have mistakes. Find the mistakes and fix them. 1)Ahmed buys food for the family if he will go to the supermarket. 2)If I were you, I will study harder. 3)If I come to university, I see my class. 4)If Shaima had money, she buys hangbags. 5)If we have nice weather, we go for a picnic tomorrow. 6)I would ask you for help if I had any problems. 7)If I got 8 in IELTS, I would be very happy. 8)I would not eat junk food if I am in class. 9)UGRU students do not study English if they have IELTS 5. 10) The police would fine you if they caught you speeding.
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