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E4-1DetConditionEVU60.pp

1. 1. Unit 60 Condition
2. 2. • A. Words connecting sentence parts
3. 3.  condition card 3 Say this in a different way.
4. 4.  condition card 4 You can’t come if you don’t have a ticket. = You can’t come u_____ you have a ticket.
5. 5.  condition card 5 You can’t come if you don’t have a ticket. = You can’t come unless you have a ticket.
6. 6.  condition card 6 You can borrow the bike if you return it by five o’clock. = You can borrow the bike o_____ cond_____ th_____ you return it by five o’clock.
7. 7.  condition card 7 You can borrow the bike if you return it by five o’clock. = You can borrow the bike on condition that you return it by five o’clock.
8. 8.  condition card 8 When there is a fire, dial 112. = I_____ ca_____ _____ fire, dial 112./I_____ the ev_____ of fire, dial 112.
9. 9.  condition card 9 When there is a fire, dial 112. = In case of fire, dial 112./In the event of fire, dial 112.
10. 10.  condition card 10 You can stay if you don’t mind sleeping on the sofa. = You can stay, a_____ l_____ _____ you don’t mind sleeping on the sofa. (= formal)/You can stay s_____ l_____ _____ (= more formal)./You can stay on c_____ that you don’t mind sleeping on the sofa. (= stronger and more formal).
11. 11.  condition card 11 You can stay if you don’t mind sleeping on the sofa. = You can stay, as long as you don’t mind sleeping on the sofa. (= formal)/You can stay so long as (= more formal)./You can stay on condition that you don’t mind sleeping on the sofa. (= stronger and more formal).
12. 12.  condition card 12 If you don’t mind cats, you can stay with us. = Pr_____d (that) /Pr_____ing (that) you don’t mind cats, you can stay with us. (can also be used in examples 2 and 4; they are less formal and not so strong as ‘on condition that’ but stronger than as/so long as)
13. 13.  condition card 13 If you don’t mind cats, you can stay with us. = Provided (that) /Providing (that) you don’t mind cats, you can stay with us. (can also be used in examples 2 and 4; they are less formal and not so strong as ‘on condition that’ but stronger than as/so long as)
14. 14. • B. Supposing … and What if …
15. 15.  condition card 15 Expressions used in spoken language for possible situations in the future : Mick : Paul’s coming tomorrow. He’ll help us. Alice : What shall we do if he doesn’t turn up? = S_____/What _____ he doesn’t turn up – what shall we do then?
16. 16.  condition card 16 Expressions used in spoken language for possible situations in the future : Mick : Paul’s coming tomorrow. He’ll help us. Alice : What shall we do if he doesn’t turn up? = Supposing/What if he doesn’t turn up what shall we do then?
17. 17. • C. Conditions with -ever
18. 18.  condition 18 It doesn’t matter which ... : What ‘s the best way to travel in your country? H_____ you decide to travel in this country, it’ll cost you a lot of money. For example, you’ll end up paying at least 70 euros, wh_____ means of transport you take from the airport to the city centre – train or bus. Wh_____ wins the next election, should try to lower fares.
19. 19.  condition 19 It doesn’t matter which ... : What ‘s the best way to travel in your country? However you decide to travel in this country, it’ll cost you a lot of money. For example, you’ll end up paying at least 70 euros, whichever means of transport you take from the airport to the city centre – train or bus. Whoever wins the next election, should try to lower fares.
20. 20.  condition card 20 • Yet another way of saying ‘it doesn’t matter which ... : • N_____ m_____ h_____ you decide to travel in this country, it will cost you a lot of money. • N_____ m_____ w_____ wins the election, they should try to lower fares.
21. 21.  condition card 21 • Yet another way of saying ‘it doesn’t matter which ... : • No matter how you decide to travel in this country, it will cost you a lot of money. • No matter who wins the election, they should try to lower fares.
22. 22. • D. Some nouns which express condition
23. 23.  condition card 23 • Certain cond_____ must be met before the Peace Talks can begin. (= rather formal)
24. 24.  condition card 24 • Certain conditions must be met before the Peace Talks can begin. (= rather formal)
25. 25.  condition card 25 • A good standard of English is a prereq_____ for studying at a British university. (= absolutely necessary; very formal)
26. 26.  condition card 26 • A good standard of English is a prerequisite for studying at a British university. (= absolutely necessary; very formal)
27. 27.  condition card 27 • What are the entry requir_____ for doing a diploma in Management at your college? (= official conditions; rather formal)
28. 28.  condition card 28 • What are the entry requirements for doing a diploma in Management at your college? (= official conditions; rather formal)
29. 29.  condition card 29 • I would not move to London u_____ any circ_____. (= fairly formal)
30. 30.  condition card 30 • I would not move to London under any circumstances. (= fairly formal)