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PPT - if-clauses (types I and II)

PPT - if-clauses (types I and II)

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    If clauses If clauses Presentation Transcript

    • IF-CLAUSES Type I and II
    • IF-CLAUSES
      • Also called conditional sentences
      • Have two parts: the if-clause and the main clause
      • If it rains, I will stay at home.
      • If-cause main clause
      • Note: it doesn’t matter which comes first!
      • - I will stay at home if it rains.
      • (don’t use a comma)
    • IF-CLAUSES
      • Type I (first conditional):
      • - Is used to refer to real or possible situations (which depend on a condition).
      • Structure:
      • - If + simple present + future (will+infinitive without to)
      • Ex: If I park my car in the sun, it will get hot.
    • IF-CLAUSES
      • Type II (second conditional):
      • - Is used to refer to an unreal, impossible or improbable situation
      • Structure:
      • - If + simple past + conditional (would + infinitive without to)
      • Ex: If I had a map, I wouldn’t get lost.
    • IF-CLAUSES
      • Now, complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets:
      • If someone tried to blackmail me, I ______ (tell) the police.
      • He will get there in time if he _____ (run)
      • The cat _____ (scratch) you if you pull its tail.
      • If I ______ (live) near my office, I would be on time for work.
      • I would plant some trees around the house if I _____ (be) you.
      • You _____ (get) good marks if you study!
      • If you left your bike outside, someone ______ (steal) it.
    • IF-CLAUSES
      • Now, check your answers:
      • If someone tried to blackmail me, I would tell (tell) the police.
      • He will get there in time if he runs (run)
      • The cat will scratch (scratch) you if you pull its tail.
      • If I lived (live) near my office, I would be on time for work.
      • I would plant some trees around the house if I were (be) you.
      • You will get (get) good marks if you study !
      • If you left your bike outside, someone would steal (steal) it.