First Second And Third Conditional Pdf
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For more informaton about zero and first conditionals, see Unit 5 Second conditional The second conditional is about imaginary results of impossible or unlikely conditions in the present or future. Gochi Hand Patrick is deciding whether to go to France or Spain on his next holiday. Zero conditional.
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How to Use & Mix the 2nd and 3rd Conditional?
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If it rains, I stay home. The first example is done for you. If Roscoe is bored, he fishes. If I see her tonight, I will tell her about the party. Using the first conditional, write a one-sentence response to each future prediction.
The first one is done for you. Practice using the imperative with the zero and first conditional: Complete the sentences with your own ideas. Welcome to my house. Call your mom if you have time later. I would walk your dog if I had time. I would go on vacation if I had money. I live in Campodimele, Italy. P lease write a five-sentence paragraph about what you would do if world peace were declared tomorrow.
Use the second conditional, as this is an unreal possibility. Discuss your answers. I would have walked your dog if I had had time. I would have gone on vacation if my company had given me the time off. I grew up in Russia. Complete the sentences below with the verb in the correct form and tense. Tom had a car accident last week because he was driving too fast.
Tom is pretty sure that it will rain tomorrow, so he plans on going to the cinema. Choose another person a friend or a famous person and write a paragraph describing what your life would be like and would have been like if you had been born as them and now lived their life. Match the correct clauses to form a sentence. Prepare a presentation detailing another scenario or outcome. Mixed Conditionals are used to show how a past condition or possibility affects, or would affect, the present, or vice versa: how a present or general condition affects, or would have affected, the past.
She came to work. She is not in bed. I am red. I got sunburned. He is not Russian and he did not go to school in Russia.
Complete the sentences below with the verbs in the correct form and tense. Tom is in the hospital because he had a car accident last week. Below are some ideas to use as you teach the conditional tense in your ESL classroom. Happy teaching! You can repeat this activity with bad decisions that have been made. Make sure they focus on the 3rd Conditional. As a follow-up activity have them write a descriptive paragraph.
Then have them discuss and interpret the meaning of the lyrics as well as the uses of the conditional. They should then write 2 lines of their own in the same format as the original song, throw the lines on the floor and pick them up randomly to create their own song.
As a class, read and discuss songs that use the 2nd conditional. Ask students to imagine how the world would be today if certain events or inventions had not happened.
Teach the pronunciation of the contracted forms of the conditional in speech. Teach word stress patterns associated with the conditional. Remind students of the contractions that we use for the past perfect. It had been here. Dad had called. Teach students the contractions for would, could , and should with have. Have the students write sentences using the contracted forms. Have them underline the noun or nouns, or the most important word in the sentence, to mark where the stress is placed.
Students should practice reading their sentences until they can read them to the class fluidly. The stress is particularly important for comprehension purposes. Just comment below or shoot us an email! Make sure to sign up for our newsletter to receive lessons and other articles sent directly to you! Click here to subscribe to our newsletter! Book with confidence! I pass the test 2.
I would have failed the test 5. I get really angry a. If I knew c. When I am wrong d. I would go on vacation e. I would have gone f. If I study g. I would have studied more in high school h. If it rains tomorrow D. Mixed Conditionals Mixed Conditionals are used to show how a past condition or possibility affects, or would affect, the present, or vice versa: how a present or general condition affects, or would have affected, the past.
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First, Second and Third Conditional Worksheet
Are you an English teacher? Please download this lesson to use in your English class. If you have any questions, or would like to add anything else, please contact me. If it rains, I stay home. The first example is done for you.
Mixed Conditionals Exercises With Answers Just found this and it's quite a good resource on conditionals with explanations and exercises. Do the exercise below on conditional sentences and click on the button to check your answers. Students read the sentences and complete the verbs in brackets in the correct tense according to the type of conditional. How conditional sentences are mixed. An open real conditional expression is often used to analyze options that are available. The two problem statements look very similar but the answers are completely different. See more ideas about conditionals grammar, conditional sentence, grammar worksheets.
It's about a mysterious event happened in a town and the police investigation about it. The story is told from a newspaper's reporter perspective, which brings out the possibilities of the causes of the mysterious event. Hence, the newspaper report uses a lot of conditional clauses in action! It uses zero, first, second, third and mixed conditional sentences to report an accident happened in the town.
Link to this page:. Answers 1. Title: Microsoft Word - past simple with other verbs mixed exercise 1.
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Mixed conditionals? They exist? Yesterday it was the Past Perfect and Present Perfect , the day before learning how to choose the best tense to describe the future. Differentiating between the Second Conditional and the Third Conditional is an aspect of the English language many learners have a lot of trouble with. Barring a visit to the University of California Department of Linguistics for an in-depth explanation of the problem, what is a learner to do?