Presentation on theme: "Conditionals Real Unreal. Real Conditionals A.Type one 1. Present situations that are true e.g. If you heat water, it turns to vapor. 2. Future time situations."— Presentation transcript:
Real Conditionals A.Type one 1. Present situations that are true e.g. If you heat water, it turns to vapor. 2. Future time situations e.g. If you don’t leave early, you won’t get to the station on time.
Unreal Conditionals Type 2 Situations that are untrue or contrary to facts e.g. 1: If I dyed my hair blue, my skin would look whiter. e.g. 2: If I were you, I would read for a Master’s degree.
Impossible Conditional Type 3 Expresses contrary-to-fact ideas in past time e.g. If you had arrived at the station on time, you wouldn’t have missed the train.
I wish A.A wish for the present: e.g. I wish I had a cold drink right now. B. A wish for the future: e.g. I wish I would/could visit my sister in Vienna next month. C. A wish for the past e.g. I wish there had been time for us to get to know each other. CF: hope
If only It expresses 1.A wish about something contrary to fact at present e.g. If only I weren’t so forgetful. 2. A wish that something had happened differently in the past. e.g. If only I had remembered to buy enough insulin. 3. A hope that something will be true in the present or future. e.g. If only no one buys the car I saw in Nu’aimi car Show room.
As if/ As though 1.Express situations contrary to facts e.g.1 Ali looks as though he were tired. e.g. 2 Ali’s face was pale. He looked as though he had seen a ghost. 2. Express situations that appear to be true e.g. He’s acting as if he’s sick. ( He probably is sick.)