4 of 19 Introducing the conditional tense I had a dream last night, Lei, that I won millions of pounds on the lottery. It was great – I bought my own football stadium! That’s silly, Tom. If I won the lottery, I would buy loads of designer clothes, makeup and shoes. It would be heaven…
8 of 19 If Lei went to Oxford Street, she would catch a number 3 bus. OR If Lei goes to Oxford Street, she will catch a number 3 bus. OR If Lei were to go to Oxford Street, she would catch a number 3 bus. Here are three sentences. They are all conditional. They all mean the same. Conditional sentences
11 of 19 Now finish these sentences with what will probably happen, using the photo to give you ideas. Then share your endings. 1. If the ball hits the window… 2. If a teacher caught them playing football… 3. If the bell were to ring… Note: these conditionals are about what would/will probably happen. What would probably happen
16 of 19 Modals are the words we use when giving advice and instructions to people. Lei uses them a lot to boss Tom around! How many modals can you think of? Did you think of any of these? couldshould musthave to canmay oughtneed not Choose four modals and use them in sentences. Modals You mustn’t play football near me!