2Let’s review Conditionals The Zero Conditional: (if + present simple, ... present simple) If you heat water to 100%, it boils.The First Conditional: (if + present simple, ... will + infinitive If it rains tomorrow, we'll go to the cinema.The Second Conditional: (if + past simple, ... would + infinitive) If I had a lot of money, I would travel around the world.The Third Conditional: (if + past perfect, ... would + have + past participle) If I had gone to bed early, I would have caught the train.
3Do some grammar exercises: .THE ZERO CONDITIONALIF + present simple,…present simpleDo some grammar exercises: (open the brackets)1. (I / wake up late / I / be late for work)If I wake up late I am late for work.2. (my husband / cook / he / burn the food)If my husband cooks he burns the food.3.( children / not eat well / they / not be healthy)If children do not eat well they aren’t healthy.4. (people / eat / too many sweets / they / get fat)If people eat too many sweets they get fat.
41.It/rain/I/not go/to the park. If it rains, I won't go to the park. THE FIRST CONDITIONALif + present simple, ... will + infinitiveDo some grammar exercises:1.It/rain/I/not go/to the park.If it rains, I won't go to the park.2. I /go/ out tonight, I /go/ to the cinema.If I go out tonight, I’ll go to the cinema3. you /get/ back late, I /be/ angryIf you get back late, I’ll be angry4. He / open/ the box/ he/ see/ the presentIf he opens the box, he will see the present.
5THE SECOND CONDITIONAL (if + past simple, ... would + infinitive)1. If he /be/ younger, he /travel/ moreDo some grammar exercisesIf he were younger, he would travel more.2. If I/ have/enough money, I /buy/ a big house.If I had enough money I would buy a big house.3.If you /have/ a better job, we /be/ able to buy a new carIf you had a better job, we would be able to buy a new car.4.We / come/ to dinner if we / have / timeWe would come to dinner if we had time.
6THE THIRD CONDITIONAL Do some grammar exercises if + past perfect, ...would + have + past participleDo some grammar exercises1.If you/ not be late/we /not miss / the bussIf you had not been late , we would not have missed the bus.2.If she/study/ she /pass/ the examIf she had studied, she would have passed the exam.3. He /be/ happier if he/stay/ at homeHe would have been happier, if he had stayed at home.4. She /not/meet/ him if she /not/come/ to LondonShe wouldn’t have met him if she had not come to London.
7If God had meant us to fly he’d have given us wings Listen to the sayings and to the poem. Read them.Read the sayings and the poem after the announcerIf God had meant us to fly he’d have given us wingsРождённый ползать летать не может.If if's and and's were pots and pans.. I'd make you an omelette.Если бы да кабы…….Mary had a little jam; she spread it on a waffle. And if she hadn't eaten ten, she wouldn't feel so awful
8DODO An extinct bird Look at the picture: What do you think : What is the text about?The text is about an extinct bird DODO.What do you think: Could the bird fly? Why?It couldn’t fly because it was very big and it had small wings.Now I want to listen to your sentences with the phrases:Cut down forestsNatural habitatDestroy the nestsGo wild
9AN EXTINCT BIRD DODOPut the parts the of the text in the logical orderA: The sailors built homes and cleared the forest for farming. Their animals went wild on the island.B: The dodo was a strange bird that couldn’t fly. It lived only on theisland near Africa . Then Dutch sailors arrived in with animals dogs, pigs and cats.C: If the sailors hadn’t cut down the forest, they wouldn’t have destroyedthe dodo’s natural habitat. If the dogs, pigs and cats hadn’t gone wild,they wouldn’t have destroyed the dodo’s nests. But by the dodohad disappeared forever. It was extinct.1. B A C
10Read the textThe dodo was a strange bird that couldn’t fly. It lived only on the island near Africa. Then Dutch sailors arrived in with animals dogs, pigs and cats.The sailors built homes and cleared the forest for farming. Their animals went wild on the island.If the sailors hadn’t cut down the forest, they wouldn’t have destroyed the dodo’s natural habitat. If the dogs, pigs and cats hadn’t gone wild, they wouldn’t have destroyed the dodo’s nests. But by the dodo had disappeared forever. It was extinct.
112. When did Dutch sailors arrive? Answer the questions according to the text:1. Where did the bird live?It lived on the island near Africa.2. When did Dutch sailors arrive?Dutch sailors arrived in3. What animals did Dutch sailors bring to the island?Dutch sailors brought dogs, pigs and cats to the island.4.Would the dogs, pigs and cats have destroyed the dodo’s natural habitat if the sailors hadn’t cut down the forest?If the sailors hadn’t cut down the forest, they wouldn’t have destroyed the dodo’s natural habitat.
12HOMEТASK: Where did it live? When did it live? Why did it disappear? Write a project about an extinct bird or an animal.Use the questions as a plan:Where did it live?When did it live?Why did it disappear?4 . When did it disappear?