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# Conditions - Type 1 and Type 2

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How to use and form Type and 2 Conditions. Summary done with the help of Harry & friends and Lord of the Rings characters.
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### Conditions - Type 1 and Type 2

1. 1. Conditions<br />What if…<br />
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3. 3. What if toes were teeth...<br />
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5. 5. But it’s an improbable reality…<br />
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9. 9. If-clauses<br />If I study hard,<br />I will get an excellent mark.<br />If clause<br />Main clause<br />Condition<br />Result<br />
10. 10. What sort of result is this?<br />possible?<br />improbable?<br />impossible?<br />
11. 11. Examples of probable conditions<br />If you study hard, you will be well prepared for the test.<br />If you buy that mobile, you’ll be sorry.<br />If I don’t finish this project, the teacher will be mad.<br />
12. 12. Uses of “if” clauses<br />You use this type of sentence when you want to express it is quite probable that the action in the if-clause will be done.<br />This refers to conditions that exist or are possible.<br />
13. 13. Examples of this condition<br />Verb tenses involved...<br />If João studies, he will get better marks.<br />If students don’t get enough sleep, they will have worse marks.<br />If you don’t eat breakfast, you will get hungry during class.<br />If-clause = Simple Present<br />Main clause = Future Simple<br />
14. 14. Examples of conditions that are not true in the present or future<br />If I had enough money, I would take a trip to Hawaii.<br />If Joana knew Chinese, she could get a job in Beijing.<br />If I were you, I would believe in your abilities.<br />
15. 15. Uses of “if”clauses<br />2. This condition is used when we don’t expect the action in the if-clause to take place;<br />- When the supposition in the if-clause is contrary to known facts.<br />
16. 16. Examples of real conditions of fact in the past<br />Verb tenses involved...<br />If Ana believed in herself, she would certainly have good marks.<br />If Ricardo left before 9:00 a.m., he’d be here for lunch.<br />If Inês studied the leading forms, she would get the exercise right..<br />If-clause = "Simple Past"<br />Main clause = Conditional<br />
17. 17. What sort of result is this?<br />possible?<br />improbable?<br />impossible?<br />
18. 18. Summary<br />
19. 19. Hermione, you say the first Condition is the possible condition?<br />Harry <br />Potter<br />and…<br />The 1st <br />Condition<br />Yeah, and I heard the main clause needs the Future…<br />Exactly! That’s why the if-clause needs the Simple Present<br />
20. 20. Good… She is ready!<br />My daughter, what do you know about the 2nd Condition?<br />What else my child?<br />Father, I know that’s the improbable, or unreal condition, and…<br />That the if-clause needs the Past, and the main clause the conditional.<br />
21. 21. 1 Further Practice <br />2<br />3 <br />4<br />5 <br />1 Verb Tense Practice <br />
22. 22. That's all for now!<br />
23. 23. To be<br />continued…<br />