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Grammar – Unit 36 Would. Would2 Agenda  Learning Objectives: Would Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Example.

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1 Grammar – Unit 36 Would

2 Would2 Agenda  Learning Objectives: Would Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Example set B: Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d) Example set C: Use would / wouldn’t when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past.

3 Would3 Agenda  Learning Objectives: Would Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Example set B: Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d) Example set C: ‘Use would / wouldn’t when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past.

4 Would4 Learning Objectives Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Compare would (do) and would have (done): would/wouldn’t is the past of will/won’t Use would in sentences with if. Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d):. Use would when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past

5 Would5 Agenda Learning Objectives: Would  Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Example set B: Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d) Example set C: Use would / wouldn’t when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past.

6 Would6 Example set A Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action  We use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action (= we think of something that is not real):  It would be nice to buy a new car, but we can’t afford it.  I’d love to live by the sea.  A: Shall I tell Chris what happened? B: No, I Wouldn’t say anything. (= I wouldn’t say anything in your situation)

7 Would7 Continue.. We use would have (done) when we imagine situations or actions in the past (= things that didn’t happen):  They helped us a lot. I don’t know what we’d have done (= we would have done ) without their help.  I didn’t tell Sam what happened. He wouldn’t have been pleased.

8 Would8 Continue.. Compare would (do) and would have (done):  I would phone Sue, but I haven’t got her number. (now) I would have phoned Sue, but I didn’t have her number. (past)  I’m not going to invite them to the party. They wouldn’t come anyway. I didn’t invite them to the party. They wouldn’t have come anyway.

9 Would9 Continue.. We often use would in sentences with if  I would phone Sue if I had her number.  I would have phoned Sue if I’d had her number..

10 Would10 Agenda Learning Objectives: Would Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action  Example set B: Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d) Example set C: Use would / wouldn’t when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past.

11 Would11 I’ll stay a bit longer. I’ve got plenty of time. I’d stay a bit longer, but I really have to go now. (so I can’t stay longer) I’ll phone Sue. I’ve got her number. I’d phone Sue, but I haven’t got her number. (so I can’t phone her) Example set B - Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d):

12 Would12 Continue.. Sometimes would/wouldn’t is the past of will/won’t. Compare: present past  TOM: I’ll phone you on Sunday Tom said he’d phone me on Sunday.  ANN: I promise I won’t be late. Ann promised that she wouldn’t be late.  LIZ: Damn! The car won’t start. Liz was annoyed because her car wouldn’t start

13 Would13 Agenda Learning Objectives: Would Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Example set B: Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d)  Example set C: Use would / wouldn’t when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past.

14 Would14 Example set C – Using would / wouldn’t Somebody wouldn’t do something = he/ she refused to do it:  I tried to warn him, but he wouldn’t listen to me. (=he refused to listen)  The car wouldn’t start. (=it ‘refused’ to start)

15 Would15 Continue.. You can also use would when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past:  When we were children, we lived by the sea. In summer, if the weather was fine, we would all get up early and go for a swim. (=we did this regularly)  Whenever Richard was angry, he would walk out of the room. With this meaning, would is similar to used to  Whenever Richard was angry, he used to walk out of the room.

16 Would16 Summary Learning Objectives: Would Example set A: Use would (‘d) / wouldn’t when we imagine a situation or action Example set B: Compare will (‘ll) and would (‘d) Example set C: Use would / wouldn’t when you talk about things that happened regularly in the past.


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