Presentation on theme: "Third Conditional. If I had put on my new dress he would have asked my telephone number. I don’t dare ask her name. I wish I had trained to be an economist!"— Presentation transcript:
If I had put on my new dress he would have asked my telephone number. I don’t dare ask her name. I wish I had trained to be an economist! If they had been more self- confident they would have been happy.
If + Past Perfect + would have V3 wish + Past Perfect TO EXPRESS OUR WISHES AND REGRETS AT (NOT) HAVING DONE SOMETHING IN THE PAST
Example: He wishes he / take a shower He wishes he had taken a shower. It wishes it / not / tear wallpaper It wishes it hadn’t torn wallpaper. Wish + had + V3
She wishes she / study lessons She wishes she / not / give bad marks She wishes she had studied lessons. She wishes she hadn’t given bad marks. Wish + had + V3
He wishes he / visit the dentist He wishes he / study better He wishes he had visited the dentist. He wishes he had studied better. Wish + had + V3
It wishes it / not / eat a bird He wishes he / be more careful It wishes it hadn’t eaten a bird. He wishes he had been more careful. Wish + had + V3
He wishes he / close the window It wishes it / not / eat so much He wishes he had closed the window. It wishes it hadn’t eaten so much. Wish + had + V3
He wishes he / not / try to cook They wish they / not / divorce He wishes he hadn’t tried to cook. They wish they hadn’t divorced. Wish + had + V3
My first dating. I wanted that day to be the best in my life. I put on high-heeled shoes. I made up my face and put on a white dress. I went their by car. As I was in a hurry I forgot to take my mobile phone with me. On the way to the restaurant my car had been broken. I decided to repair it and soiled my white dress. I was late and I even couldn’t call Him. When at last I got to the restaurant I had been late for an hour. I ran to Him but my shoes were so uncomfortable that I fell over just near His table. He looked at me surprisingly and told that the problem was not that I was late and not that I entered the restaurant in such a spectacular way and even not that my dress is dirty. He just didn’t like girls with heavy make-up.
(If she had put on comfortable shoes, she / not/ fall / over.) If she had put on comfortable shoes, she wouldn’t have fallen over. (If she /not/put/ on a white dress, she wouldn’t have looked so miserable.) If she hadn’t put on a white dress, she wouldn’t have looked so miserable. (If she had got there by taxi, her car /not / be / broken.) If she had got there by taxi, her car wouldn’t have been broken. (If her car / not / be / broken, she wouldn’t have been late.) If her car hadn’t been broken, she wouldn’t have been late. (If she hadn’t been in a hurry, she / not / forget / her mobile phone.) If she hadn’t been in a hurry, she wouldn’t have forgotten her mobile phone. (If she / not / forget/ her mobile phone, she / call / him.) If she hadn’t forgotten her mobile phone, she would have called him. (If she / not / make / up her face, he / fall / in love with her.) If she hadn’t made up her face, he would have fallen in love with her. If + had V3 + would have V3
You are in an awkward situation and you are complaining to your best friend of it. (Follow the arrow) You didn’t study English well at school You didn’t close a bargain with your international partners Your Boss fired you You had no money You didn’t buy presents for your beloved Your beloved left you You were in depression They didn’t invite you to their parties any more You didn’t meet your friends You didn’t want to see anybody Everybody forgot about you You are lonely ? Oh, Susie, if I had studied English better I would have closed a bargain. I wish I had studied better.
Yesterday you were so unlucky to have an awful experience. Now you analyze your behavior and say what you would/wouldn’t have done and say to avoid it. What you wish you had or hadn’t done
Home assignment:Home assignment: Your friend writes you that he is expelled from the university. Write him what he had done wrong and what you wish he hadn’t done. ( words)