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Podpora rozvoje cizích jazyků pro Evropu 21. stol. INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky.
If I had known... When you talk about the past, you use if + had ('d) and would have in the second part of the sentence We use it to say we are sorry something happened of didn't happen IF I HAD...., I WOULD HAVE If I had seen you, I would have said hello. If I had been hungry, I would have eaten something.
Compare: I'm not hungry. If I was hungry, I would eat. (PRESENT) I wasn't hungry. If I had been hungry, I would have eaten. (PAST) If we caught the 10:30 train, we would arrive on time. (PRESENT) If we had caught the 10:30 train, we would have arrived on time. (PAST) If I find the wallet, I'll give it to you. (FUTURE) If I had found the waller, I'd have given it to you. (PAST)
Use the third conditional in the situations: I didn't know you were in hospital. That's why I didn't go to visit you. He managed to catch the train so he arrived in time for the interview. It's good that you have reminded me of Jane's birthday. Unfortunately I didn't have my address book in New York so I didn't send you a postcard. The holiday wasn't good, because it rained a lot and we lost our luggage. I took a taxi to the airport but the traffic was bad and I arrive late. I was too tired so I didn't feel like going out. I didn't know that George had to get up early, so I didn't wake him up. I was able to buy the car only because John lent me the money.
False friends: affect / effect insulate / insolate practicable / practical a fine / fine conservatory / conservatoire Self-confident / self- conscious influence / consequence detach / expose to sun usable /useful sum of money to pay / good “winter garden” / school arrogant / shy
Transport - London
Transport Vocabulary The Tube A coach Get stuck Rush hour Convenient Single ticket / return ticket Get on / get off Get in / get out of Mind the gap Conductor DLR
Traveling questions: Do you like traveling? Why is it important / unimportant? What is the furthest country you've been to? What is the worst place you've been to? Which country would you like to visit and why? Did your grandparents travel as much as you? What transport do you prefer and why? Have you been to London? If yes, when did you go there and what do you remember most from there?
Dictation: HE WAS A SUCCESSFUL MAN who through hard work and perseverance built up his own business. His wife, too, owned her business. They had two fine children. He traveled frequently, and because of an odd premonition that he would someday die in an airplane crash, he refused to fly. For shorter trips he drove his car. For longer trips, he took trains, and even boats, to his destinations. One spring night a pilot of a small plane experienced a complete engine failure. On top of that, he lost his electrical system, and with it, the use of his radio and navigation instruments. Mist filled the sky. The moon had not yet risen. The plane went down helplessly and blindly in the darkness. Though injured, the pilot survived the crash. He still cannot remember anything that happened as the plane struck the ground and plowed into a motel just outside of a large town. There was only one casualty: a man sleeping safely in the bed of his motel room. On that sad night, that man’s life-long premonition that he would someday die in an airplane crash found its conclusion
INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky. Tato výuková prezentace byla pořízena z finančních prostředků hrazených Evropským sociálním fondem a rozpočtem České republiky.