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CONDITIONAL SENTENCESTYPE 2<br />Нямцогт<br />
Type 2 conditional sentences refer to the present or future. The past tense in the <br />if-clause expresses unreal things...
If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive<br />For example:<br />If I were you, I would tell her the truth<br ...
If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive<br />For example:<br />If we had a car, we would drive to Paris. <br...
If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive<br />For example:<br />If I were you,I would call the doctor immedia...
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES-TYPE 3<br />Type 3 conditional sentences refer to the past and describe situations that never happen...
If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)<br />For example:<br />If I had known t...
If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)<br />For example:<br />If we had woken ...
If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)<br />For example:<br />If you had follo...
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  1. 1. CONDITIONAL SENTENCESTYPE 2<br />Нямцогт<br />
  2. 2. Type 2 conditional sentences refer to the present or future. The past tense in the <br />if-clause expresses unreal things unlikely to happen. Type 2 conditional sentences can also be used to give advice<br />/õàðàìññàíáîëîíáèåëýãäýýã¿é ¿éëÿâäëûãõýëýõýäõýðýãëýíý/<br />
  3. 3. If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive<br />For example:<br />If I were you, I would tell her the truth<br />Õýðâýýáè ÷èíèéîðîíäáàéñàíáîë ò¿¿íä ¿íýíèéãõýëýõáàéñàí<br />
  4. 4. If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive<br />For example:<br />If we had a car, we would drive to Paris. <br />ÕýðâýýáèäìàøèíòàéáàéñàíñàíáîëáèäÏàðèñÿâæ ¿çýæáàéñàí<br />
  5. 5. If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive<br />For example:<br />If I were you,I would call the doctor immediately.<br />Õýðâýýáè ÷èíèéîðîíäáàéñàíáîë, íýíäàðóéýì÷ð¿¿ óòàñäàõáàéñàí<br />
  6. 6. CONDITIONAL SENTENCES-TYPE 3<br />Type 3 conditional sentences refer to the past and describe situations that never happened. They are used to talk about imaginary situation contrary to the facts, in the past<br />/ºíãºðñºíäáîëñîíáèåëýãäýýã¿é ¿éëÿâäëûãõàðàìñàæõýëýõýäõýðýãëýíý/<br />
  7. 7. If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)<br />For example:<br />If I had known that you were coming, I would have met you at the station.<br />Õýðâýý ÷àìàéãýíäèðýõèéãìýäñýíáîë ÷àìòàéòýðçîãñîîëäýýðóóëçàõáàéñàíþì<br />
  8. 8. If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)<br />For example:<br />If we had woken up earlier, we wouldn’t have missed the plane.<br />Õýðâýýáèäýðòñýðñýíáîëîíãîöíîîñîîõîöðîõã¿éáàéõáàéëàà<br />
  9. 9. If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)<br />For example:<br />If you had followed my directions, you would have found the house.<br />Õýðâýýáèìèíèéçààâðûãäàãàñàíáîë ÷è òýðáàéøèíãîëîõáàéñàíþì<br />
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