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1 Course: ESL040 Grammar IV Instructor: Diane Stonebrink Open Navigation Menu

2 Learning Outcomes What will I learn? How long will it take? By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to: Identify the condition and result parts of conditional sentences Choose the correct verb tense to complete conditional sentences Answer questions in writing and speaking using correct grammar in four different types of conditional sentences. Write and say your own original examples of conditional sentences to describe present real/factual situations, future real situations, present or future unreal/imaginary situations, and past unreal/imaginary situations. Open Navigation Menu

3 What are conditional sentences? Listen to examples in these songs: If I Had a Million Dollars by Barenaked Ladies If You Were a Sailboat by Katie Melua If I Were a Painter by Nora Jones Two parts, or clauses: a condition and a result Look at these 4 example sentences: If I drink coffee late at night, I don’t sleep well. If I drink coffee tonight, I won’t sleep well. If I drank coffee tonight, I wouldn’t sleep well. If I had drunk coffee last night, I wouldn’t have slept well. Open Navigation Menu

4 Chart: 4 Types of Conditional Sentences If-clause (condition) Main clause (result) Zero Conditional - used for present, real/factual situations If I drink coffee at night,I don’t sleep well. First Conditional - used for future real/factual situations If I drink coffee tonight,I won’t sleep well. Second Conditional - used for present or future unreal, imaginary situations If I drank coffee tonight,I wouldn’t sleep well. If I had drunk coffee last night, I wouldn’t have slept well. Third Conditional - used for past unreal, imaginary situations Open Navigation Menu

5 Song clip: If a Picture Paints a Thousand Words by Bread Open Navigation Menu

6 Video 1: The Zero Conditional - Present Real or Factual Situation Click on the play button in the picture below to start a 9-minute video by Jennifer, an ESL teacher. She will explain the words condition, result, and clause. She will also explain how to form the Zero (the Present Real/Factual) Conditional. She‘ll also give you a fun quiz to take that will tell you something about your personality type. When you finish watching the video, use the navigation menu on the left side of your screen to go to Practice 1: The Zero Conditional (Present Real or Factual) Open Navigation Menu

7 Click on the underlined Exercise words to open the web links. Exercise 1 – Matching activity from Exercise 1 Exercise 2 - Read the examples and then click on the link "If-Then Clauses 1“, a fill-in-the-answer activity, near the bottom of the page to do an exercise to check your understanding. From zone.com Exercise 2 Exercise 3 – Look at the words and then write complete sentences. Remember to include an if-clause and a main clause and to use the present tense of the verbs. From the University of Victoria’s Study Zone site Exercise 3 Exercise 4– Mixed multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank quiz worth 10 points towards your course grade. From the Quia website Exercise 4 Practice 1: The Zero Conditional - Present Real or Factual Situation

8 Song clip: If You Leave Me Now by Chicago

9 Video 2: The First Conditional – Future Real/Factual Click on the play button below to start a 7-minute video by Jennifer, an ESL teacher. The first three minutes of the video review what you learned in Video 1 of this tutorial. In the last four minutes of the video, Jennifer explains how to use and form the First, or the Future Real or Factual, Conditional. When you finish watching the video, use the navigation menu on the left side of your screen to go to Practice 2: The First Conditional - Future Real/Factual. Open Navigation Menu

10 Click on the underlined Exercise words to open the web links. Exercise 1 - Multiple-choice exercise From the University of Victoria’s Study Zone site Exercise 1 Exercise 2 – Another multiple-choice quiz From EnglishMediaLab.com Exercise 2 Exercise 3 – Fill-in-the-blank exercise From the University of Victoria’s Study Zone site Exercise 3 Exercise 4 - Another fill-in-the-blank activity from oconnortraining.com Exercise 4 Exercise 5 – Mixed multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank quiz worth 10 points towards your course grade. From the Quia website Exercise 5 Practice 2: The First Conditional - Future Real/ Factual Open Navigation Menu

11 Song clip: If I Ruled the World by Tony Bennett & Celine Dion Open Navigation Menu

12 Video 3: The Second Conditional – Present or Future Unreal Click on the play button below to start a 9-minute video by Jennifer. She gives examples and explains how to form the Second or Present/Future Unreal Conditional to talk about situations that are not true either at the present or in the future. When you finish watching the video, use the navigation menu on the left side of your screen to go to Practice 3: The Second Conditional - Present or Future Unreal or Imaginary. Open Navigation Menu

13 Practice 3: The Second Conditional - Present or Future Unreal Click on the underlined Exercise words to open the web links. Exercise 1 - Multiple-choice exercise From the University of Victoria’s Study Zone site Exercise 1 Exercise 2 – Another multiple-choice exercise From better- english.com Exercise 2 Exercise 3– Fill-in-the-blank exercise From the University of Victoria’s Study Zone site Exercise Exercise 4– A fill-in-the-blank activity from oconnortraining.com Exercise Exercise 5– Mixed multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank quiz worth 10 points towards your course grade. From the Quia website Exercise 5 Open Navigation Menu

14 Song clip: Should’ve Would’ve Could’ve by Beverly Knight Open Navigation Menu

15 Video 4: The Third Conditional – Past Unreal Click on the play button below on the left to start a 9-minute video, Part 1. Jennifer gives examples and explains how to form the Third or the Past Unreal Conditional to talk about situations that were not true (did not really happen) in the past. Then, click on the Play button below on the right to view a second, 8- minture video - Part 2. You will have a few more examples, a review, and then questions to answer to check your understanding. When you are finished watching the video, use the navigation menu on the left side of your screen to go to Practice 4: The Third Conditional - Past Unreal or Imaginary Open Navigation Menu

16 Practice 4: The Third Conditional – Past Unreal or Imaginary Click on the underlined Exercise words to open the web links. Exercise 1 – Watch a 2-minute video of real people on the streets in the United States and England being asked what they would do if they won ten million dollars or pounds, and then complete the multiple-choice quiz Exercise 1 Exercise 2 – A fill-in-the-blank activity. Be sure to check your subject- verb agreement (was/were) and to use correct past tense forms for irregular verbs. From Exercise 2 Exercise 3 – Here’s a fun activity. Listen to the song and click on the pictures that match what you hear. See how fast you are! This exercise is also a good example of the use of contractions (I would = I’d) in the 2 nd conditional. Exercise 3 Exercise 4 - A fill-in-the-blank activity from oconnortraining.com Exercise 4 Exercise 5 – Mixed multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank quiz worth 10 points towards your course grade. From the Quia website Exercise 5 Open Navigation Menu

17 1 If I were a rich man…. 2 Learning Outcomes 3 What are Conditional Sentences? 4 Chart: 4 Types 5 Part 1 – Present Real (zero) 6 Video 1: Zero Conditional 7 Practice 1: Zero Conditional 8 Part 2 –Future Real (1st) Conditional 9 Video 2: First Conditional 10 Practice 2: First Conditional 11 Part 3 – Pres./Fut. Unreal (2nd) 12 Video 3: Second Conditional 13 Practice 3: Second Conditional 14 Part 4 – Past Unreal (3rd) 15 Video 4: Third Conditional 16 Practice 4: Third Conditional Open Navigation Menu


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