Lesson 1 - Grammar - MIND AND BRAIN

From Studia Informatyczne

Revision: Conditionals

If-clauseMain clause
1st ConditionalPresent TenseFuture form
2nd ConditionalPast tenseFuture in the Past (would, could, might)
3rd ConditionalPast Perfect TenseWould + perfect infinitive Could (e.g.: have done) Might


Match the definitions

1 We use 1st Conditional

to talk about imaginary present situations and

to talk about probable situations in the present or future

to talk about imaginary situations in the past

2 We use 2nd Conditional

to talk about imaginary present situations and

to talk about probable situations in the present or future

to talk about imaginary situations in the past

3 We use 3rd Conditional

to talk about imaginary present situations and

to talk about probable situations in the present or future

to talk about imaginary situations in the past



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Look at Ex. I. What other phrases can we use instead of “IF” to introduce conditional clause?

__________/_________/_________/_________

Answer

Providing/But for/Unless/ Provided


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