Presentation on theme: "Primary 5. If … We can use if-sentences to talk about future plans in different situations. If it’s wet, we‘ll watch a film. This happens first. Then."— Presentation transcript:
If … We can use if-sentences to talk about future plans in different situations. If it’s wet, we‘ll watch a film. This happens first. Then we will do this.
If … An if-sentence is m ade up of an if-clause and a main clause. we‘ll watch a film. if-clausemain clause If it‘s wet, Use the present tense in the if-clause. Use the future tense in the main clause.
If … Use a comma when the if-clause is at the beginning. we‘ll watch a film.If it‘s wet, We‘ll watch a filmif it‘s wet. no comma There is no need to use a comma when the if-clause is at the end.
What will you do if it’s windy? it isn’t foggy? it doesn’t rain? it rains? If … If we’ll fly a kite. we’ll go hiking. we’ll stay at home. it’s windy, it isn’t foggy, it doesn’t rain, it rains,
If it’s sunny, I’ll play table tennis. If it isn’t sunny, I’ll play football. play table tennis Yes play football No sunny Look at Ben’s plan. Ben:
Look at Mary’s plan. Yes watch a DVD If it isn’t wet, I’ll go horse-riding. wet go horse-riding No If it’s wet, I’ll watch a DVD. Mary:
Talk about Peter’s plan. windy fly a kite Yes make a model No Peter: If it’s ________, I ______________. David: What will you do if it isn’t ______ ? Peter: If ____________, I _____________. windy ‘ll fly a kite it isn’t windy ‘ll make a model windy
rain Yes play TV games go cycling No John: If it doesn’t ____, I __________. David: What will you do if _________? John: If _________, I _____________. rain‘ll go cycling ‘ll play TV games it rains Talk about John’s plan. it rains