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    • FirstConditional Elsa Maximiano - 2012
    • FirstConditional Revision Elsa Maximiano - 2012
    • The 1st conditional is a structureused for talking about possibilitiesin the present or in the future.
    • The 1st conditional is a structureused for talking about possibilitiesin the present or in the future.
    • The 1st conditional is a structureused for talking about possibilitiesin the present or in the future.This page will explain how the 1stconditional is formed, and when touse it.
    • You can use it in two ways1. If clause, main clause
    • You can use it in two ways1. If clause, main clause if clause
    • You can use it in two ways1. If clause, main clause if clause If you study hard,
    • You can use it in two ways1. If clause, main clause if clause If you study hard,
    • You can use it in two ways1. If clause, main clause if clause If you study hard, main clause
    • You can use it in two ways1. If clause, main clause if clause If you study hard, main clauseyou will pass the test.
    • 2. Main clause if clause
    • 2. Main clause if clause main clause
    • 2. Main clause if clause main clauseYou will pass the test
    • 2. Main clause if clause main clauseYou will pass the test if clause
    • 2. Main clause if clause main clauseYou will pass the test if clause if you study hard.
    • 2. Main clause if clause main clauseYou will pass the test if clause if you study hard. Note:
    • 2. Main clause if clause main clauseYou will pass the test if clause if you study hard. Note: In this case you won’t need to use the comma (,)
    • Structure
    • Structure if clause
    • Structure if clause• if + subject + simple present verb
    • Structure if clause• if + subject + simple present verb
    • Structure if clause• if + subject + simple present verb main clause
    • Structure if clause• if + subject + simple present verb main clause• subject + will + verb
    • Using the 1st Contitional
    • Using the 1st ContitionalThe first conditional is used to talkabout things which are possible in thepresent or the future - - things which may happen:
    • Example
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.Explanation:
    • ExampleIf its sunny, well go to the park.Explanation:• Maybe it will be sunny - its possible that we go to the park.
    • Example
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.Explanation:
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.Explanation:Maybe Mike will leave -
    • Example Paula will be sad if Mike leaves.Explanation:Maybe Mike will leave - - thats possible.
    • Example
    • ExampleIf you cook the supper, Ill wash thedishes.Explanation:• Maybe you will cook the supper - - thats possible.
    • Let’s do someexercises.
    • 1. If you ________ an apple every day,
    • 1. If you ________ an apple every day, youll be very healthy.
    • 2. If we dont protect the elephant,
    • 2. If we dont protect the elephant, it ___________________ extinct.
    • 3. She ________ completely different
    • 3. She ________ completely different if she cuts her hair. (LOOK)
    • 4. Youll pay higher insurance if you ________ a sportscar. (BUY)
    • 5. You ________ to see better if you turn on the lamp.(be able )
    • 6. You ________ heart disease if you eat too muchmeat. (get)
    • 7. If you dont put so much sugar in your coffee, you________ so much weight! (not put on)
    • LET’S DO THESE EXERCISES.
    • LET’S DO THESE EXERCISES.
    • LET’S DO THESE EXERCISES. Homework
    • 1. If you (not study), you (fail) the test. 2. We (die) if we (not get) help soon! 3. If you (look) in the fridge, you (find) some cold drinks.4. If there (be) no oil in the engine, the car (break) down.5. I (lend) you my umbrella if you (need) it.
    • 6. The sea level (rise) if the planet (get) hotter.7. If you (eat) your sandwiches now, you (have) anything for lunch!8. You (be) safe in an accident if you (wear) your seatbelt.9. If he (save) all his money, he (be able to go) on holiday to Canada.10. I (not come) with you if you (not bring) John! 2012 - Elsa Maximiano