Inventions. third conditional
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  • 1. Inventions
    Everydayobjects
  • 2. Paper clip
  • 3. Mouse pad
  • 4. Correction fluid
  • 5. Watercooler
  • 6. Sticky notes
  • 7. Try toguess and…
    RUN FOR IT!
  • 8. Paper clip
    A smallpiece of bentwirethatwe use for holding pieces of papertogether.
  • 9. Sticky notes
    Small pieces of paperwithglueonthe back that are usedforsticking notes onotherpapers and surfaces.
  • 10. Correction fluid
    A whiteliquidusedforcoveringmistakes in somethingyou are writing.
  • 11. Mouse pad
    A flat surfacethatyouputunder a computer mouse so thatit can movesmoothly.
  • 12. Watercooler
    A countainerthatstores and chilldsdrinkingwater.
  • 13.
  • 14. Do youknowtheseotherobjects?
    Washing machine
    Dishwasher
    Armchair
    Answering machine
    Foodprocessor
    Ironingboard
    Alarmclock
    Holepuncher
    Dishtowel
    Filingcabinet
    Photocopier
    Cuttingboard
    Fax machine
  • 15.
  • 16.
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  • 18. Thirdconditional
  • 19. ThirdConditional
    To talk about actions or situations in the past that are contrary to known facts, i.e. when we imagine consequences of actions that in reality didn’t happen:
    If the Russians had used nuclear weapons in the Cold War, it wouldn’t have ended in 1990s.
    (The Russians didn’t use nuclear weapons in the Cold War)
  • 20. We can also imagine consequences of something that did not happen, when in reality it did:
    If Fleming hadn’t discovered penicillin, a lot of people would have died from bacterial infection.
    (Fleming diddiscoverpenicillin)
  • 21. Form. Grammarstructure
    If+pastperfect,would / wouldn’t+ have+pastparticiple.
    If
    Lucy
    hadstudied,
    Shewouldn’t
    failed
    Theexam
    have
  • 22. Pastperfect
    Pastparticiple
    Hadstudied
    Hadjumped
    Hadgone
    Studied
    Jumped
    Gone
    Eaten
  • 23. Let’spractice!
    http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/thirdconditional/menu.php
    http://www.learn4good.com/languages/evrd_grammar/3rdconditional.php3
  • 24. Sayit!
    How would your life have been different if you´d been born 50 years ago?
    How would life have been different for your great grandparents with the invention of the Internet?
    Howwouldyouhavebeenifyou´dbeenbornlike a personfromtheopposit sex?
    Howwouldhavereactedifyouhadn´thadanybrothers and sisters?
  • 25. Are you chocoholic?
  • 26. Describingfood
  • 27.
  • 28. Look at the USEFUL LANGUAGE on page 51.
    Which of thosewordswouldyou use to describe…