# Ms. Doris García1 Conditional 0 Is formed by the use of the present simple in the if clause followed by a comma the present simple in the result clause.

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Ms. Doris García1 Conditional 0 Is formed by the use of the present simple in the if clause followed by a comma the present simple in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses.

Ms. Doris García2 Situations that are always true if something happens. NOTE This use is similar to, and can usually be replaced by, a time clause using 'when'

Ms. Doris García3 She doesn't worry if Jack stays out after school. If I am late, my father takes me to school.

Ms. Doris García4 Conditional 1 You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses. 1 is formed by the use of the present simple in the if clause followed by a comma will verb (base form) in the result clause.

Ms. Doris García5 Often called the "real" conditional because it is used for real - or possible - situations. These situations take place if a certain condition is met NOTE In the conditional 1 we often use unless which means 'if... not'. In other words, '...unless he hurries up.' could also be written, '...if he doesn't hurry up.'.

Ms. Doris García6 If it rains, we will stay at home He will arrive late unless he hurries up. Peter will buy a new car, if he gets his raise.

Ms. Doris García7 Conditional 2 Is formed by the use of the past simple in the if clause followed by a comma would verb (base form) in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses

Ms. Doris García8 Often called the "unreal" conditional because it is used for unreal - impossible or improbable - situations. This conditional provides an imaginary result for a given situation.

Ms. Doris García9 NOTE The verb 'to be', when used in the 2nd conditional, is always conjugated as 'were'.

Ms. Doris García10 If he studied more, he would pass the exam. I would lower taxes if I were the President. They would buy a new house if they had more money.

Ms. Doris García11 Conditional 3 Is formed by the use of the past perfect in the if clause followed by a comma would have past participle in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses.

Ms. Doris García12 Often referred to as the "past" conditional because it concerns only past situations with hypothetical results. Used to express a hypothetical result to a past given situation

Ms. Doris García13 If he had known that, he would have decided differently. Jane would have found a new job if she had stayed in Boston.

Ms. Doris García14 1. If he comes, we will go to lunch. we would go to lunch. we went to lunch. 2. I would buy a new house if I have a lot of money. if I win the lottery. if I inherited a million dollars.

Ms. Doris García15 3. If she misses the bus, I take her to school by car. I would take her to school by car. she have to walk. 4. If I had known you were in town, I would buy you some flowers! I would have bought you some flowers. I will buy you some flowers.

Ms. Doris García16 5. If he studies a lot, he might pass the exam. he would pass the exam. he is going to pass the exam. 6. I would get a new job if I was you. if I am you. if I were you.

Ms. Doris García17 7. I might have had time if you needed my help. if you had asked me for help. if you ask me for help. 8. I'm afraid I can't understand you if you speak unclear. unless you speak more clearly. if you don't speak clear

Ms. Doris García18 9. She would have gone if she had been in your position. if she were in your position. if she was in your position. 10. You would certainly have been angry if you discovered what he knew. if you had discovered what he knew. if you had discovered what he had known.

Ms. Doris García19 Exercise 1 Combine the sentences in each item into one sentence. Use the conditional. 1. She doesn’t have enough money. She can’t go on vacation. 2. Chicago is cold in the spring. People don’t go swimming. 3. I don’t have Rita’s phone number. I can’t call her.

Ms. Doris García20 Exercise 2 Complete each sentence. Use the conditional 1. Sammy wouldn’t have broken his leg ___________________________________ 2. If I had been at the office ___________________________________ 3. You wouldn’t have gotten sick ___________________________________

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