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  • 1. Elsa Maximiano2012

2. Conditional SentencesElsa Maximiano2012 3. Conditional SentencesType 2Elsa Maximiano2012 4. 1. FormIn a Type 2 conditional sentence, the tensein the if clause is the simple past, and thetense in the main clause is the conditional: 5. 1. FormIn a Type 2 conditional sentence, the tensein the if clause is the simple past, and thetense in the main clause is the conditional:IF CLAUSEMAIN CLAUSEIf + simple past ConditionalIf it rained you would get wet.If you went to bed earlier you wouldnt be so tired. 6. 1. FormIn a Type 2 conditional sentence, the tensein the if clause is the simple past, and thetense in the main clause is the conditional:IF CLAUSEMAIN CLAUSEIf + simple past ConditionalIf it rained you would get wet.If you went to bed earlier you wouldnt be so tired. 7. Conditional - form 8. Conditional - formThe present conditional of any verb is composedof two parts: 9. Conditional - formThe present conditional of any verb is composedof two parts:1. the modal auxiliary would; 10. Conditional - formThe present conditional of any verb is composedof two parts:1. the modal auxiliary would;2. the innitive of the main verb (without to.) 11. Conditional - formThe present conditional of any verb is composedof two parts:1. the modal auxiliary would;2. the innitive of the main verb (without to.)AffirmativeI wouldgoNegativeI wouldnt askInterrogativeWould shecome?InterrogativenegativeWouldntthey accept? 12. Contractions of WOULD 13. Contractions of WOULDIn spoken English, would is contracted to d. 14. Contractions of WOULDIn spoken English, would is contracted to d.The negative contraction = wouldnt. 15. Contractions of WOULDIn spoken English, would is contracted to d.The negative contraction = wouldnt.IdWedyoudyoudhed, shedtheyd 16. Contractions of WOULDIn spoken English, would is contracted to d.The negative contraction = wouldnt.IdWedyoudyoudhed, shedtheyd 17. 2. Function 18. 2. Function In these sentences, the time is now orany time, and the situation is unreal.They are not based on fact, and theyrefer to an unlikely or hypotheticalcondition and its probable result. 19. 2. Function In these sentences, the time is now orany time, and the situation is unreal.They are not based on fact, and theyrefer to an unlikely or hypotheticalcondition and its probable result. The use of the past tense after ifindicates unreality. 20. We can nearly always add a phrasestarting with "but", that expresses the realsituation: 21. Wecannearly always add a phrasestarting with "but", that expresses the realsituation:If the weather wasnt so bad, we wouldgo to the park (...but it is bad, so we cantgo) 22. We can nearly always add a phrasestarting with "but", that expresses the realsituation:If the weather wasnt so bad, we wouldgo to the park (...but it is bad, so we cantgo)If I was the Queen of England, I wouldgive everyone 100. (...but Im not, so Iwont) 23. Examples of use: 24. Examples of use:1. To make a statement about somethingthat is not real at present, but is possible: 25. Examples of use:1. To make a statement about somethingthat is not real at present, but is possible: I would visit her if I had time. (= Ihavent got time but I might have sometime) 26. Examples of use:1. To make a statement about somethingthat is not real at present, but is possible: I would visit her if I had time. (= Ihavent got time but I might have sometime)2. To make a statement about a situationthat is not real now and never could bereal: 27. Examples of use:1. To make a statement about somethingthat is not real at present, but is possible: I would visit her if I had time. (= Ihavent got time but I might have sometime)2. To make a statement about a situationthat is not real now and never could bereal: If I were you, Id give up smoking (butI could never be you) 28. Examples:Elsa Maximiano2012 29. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.Elsa Maximiano2012 30. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.Elsa Maximiano2012 31. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.c. If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.Elsa Maximiano2012 32. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.c. If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.d. You wouldnt need to learn this if you understoodEnglish grammar.Elsa Maximiano2012 33. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.c. If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.d. You wouldnt need to learn this if you understoodEnglish grammar.e. Would he go to the concert if I gave him a ticketElsa Maximiano2012 34. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.c. If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.d. You wouldnt need to learn this if you understoodEnglish grammar.e. Would he go to the concert if I gave him a ticketf. They wouldnt invite her if they didnt like herElsa Maximiano2012 35. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.c. If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.d. You wouldnt need to learn this if you understoodEnglish grammar.e. Would he go to the concert if I gave him a ticketf. They wouldnt invite her if they didnt like herg. We would be able to buy a larger house if we hadmore moneyElsa Maximiano2012 36. Examples:a. If I was a plant, I would love the rain.b. If you really loved me, you would buy me adiamond ring.c. If I knew where she lived, I would go and see her.d. You wouldnt need to learn this if you understoodEnglish grammar.e. Would he go to the concert if I gave him a ticketf. They wouldnt invite her if they didnt like herg. We would be able to buy a larger house if we hadmore money NOTE: It is correct, and very common, to say: "If I were" instead of "If I was". Elsa Maximiano 2012

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