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ZERO CONDITIONAL If you don’t water flowers, they die. If you have a headache, stop watching TV. With zero conditional we express a general truth or we give advice. If clause: PRESENT SIMPLE Main clause: PRESENT SIMPLE or IMPERATIVE
FIRST CONDITIONAL If the weather is nice, we will go for a walk. If you don’t apologize, she will never trust you again. The first conditional refers to the future. It expresses a possible action in the future. If clause: PRESENT SIMPLE Main clause: WILL (can, could, may, might) + infinitive
Jack wants to buy a house but he can’t do this because he doesn’t have any money. If I had a lot of money, I would buy a big house. SECOND CONDITIONAL
Susan wants to phone Paul but she can’t do this because she doesn’t know his number. If I knew his number, I would phone him. SECOND CONDITIONAL
If I had a lot of money, I would buy a big house. If I knew his number, I would phone him. if-clause: PAST TENSE SIMPLE main clause: WOULD (could, might) + infinitive SECOND CONDITIONAL The second conditional is used 1. To express imaginary or unreal situations in the present and future. 2. To give advice : If I were you, I’d - If I were you, I would phone him
Последний слайд презентации: ZERO CONDITIONAL If you don’t water flowers, they die. If you have a headache,
UNLESS = IF … NOT We can use unless instead of if not in any conditional sentence: Zero : I can’t help my friend unless I listen to her problems. First : Unless you r team wins this match, we won’t be happy. Second : I wouldn’t save my pocket money unless I wanted something special.