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Conditional Sentences Type 2

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    • CONDITIONAL SENTENCESTYPE 2
      Нямцогт
    • Type 2 conditional sentences refer to the present or future. The past tense in the
      if-clause expresses unreal things unlikely to happen. Type 2 conditional sentences can also be used to give advice
      /õàðàìññàíáîëîíáèåëýãäýýã¿é ¿éëÿâäëûãõýëýõýäõýðýãëýíý/
    • If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive
      For example:
      If I were you, I would tell her the truth
      Õýðâýýáè ÷èíèéîðîíäáàéñàíáîë ò¿¿íä ¿íýíèéãõýëýõáàéñàí
    • If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive
      For example:
      If we had a car, we would drive to Paris.
      ÕýðâýýáèäìàøèíòàéáàéñàíñàíáîëáèäÏàðèñÿâæ ¿çýæáàéñàí
    • If + past simple ,would/could/might + bare infinitive
      For example:
      If I were you,I would call the doctor immediately.
      Õýðâýýáè ÷èíèéîðîíäáàéñàíáîë, íýíäàðóéýì÷ð¿¿ óòàñäàõáàéñàí
    • CONDITIONAL SENTENCES-TYPE 3
      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
      /ºíãºðñºíäáîëñîíáèåëýãäýýã¿é ¿éëÿâäëûãõàðàìñàæõýëýõýäõýðýãëýíý/
    • If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)
      For example:
      If I had known that you were coming, I would have met you at the station.
      Õýðâýý ÷àìàéãýíäèðýõèéãìýäñýíáîë ÷àìòàéòýðçîãñîîëäýýðóóëçàõáàéñàíþì
    • If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)
      For example:
      If we had woken up earlier, we wouldn’t have missed the plane.
      Õýðâýýáèäýðòñýðñýíáîëîíãîöíîîñîîõîöðîõã¿éáàéõáàéëàà
    • If + past perfect, would/could/might + have +past participle (perfect conditional)
      For example:
      If you had followed my directions, you would have found the house.
      Õýðâýýáèìèíèéçààâðûãäàãàñàíáîë ÷è òýðáàéøèíãîëîõáàéñàíþì