AimReview grammarDevelop speaking skillKnow about the 2nd conditionalPrepare to the examination
The 1st conditional If clause, Main clauseIf + Present simple, will Main clause If clause
Active and Passive voices Active voice Passive voice O + V /to be +S+V+O past participle/ + /by S/
The 2nd conditional If clause, main clauseIf + Past simple, would Main clause If clause
Examples• If I had the money, I would buy a fast car.• If I didn’t have the money, I wouldn’t buy a fast car.• What would you buy if you had the money?
ExercisesYou don’t hurry We can have lunchYou pass the exam nowYou fail the exam You can have themYou want those I can lend you somepictures You’ll get aYou’re busy now certificateYou’re hungry You’ll be lateYou need money We can talk later You can do it again
What would you do if a millionaireasked you to marry him/her?What would you do if you lost yourpassport in a foreign country?What would you do if somebodythrew an egg at you?What would you do if your car wasstolen?What would you do if someoneparked his car on your foot?
Max washed the floor.Maggie finished the project.The store adds the tax.A postman delivers newpictures.The fire destroyed fivebuildings.The president sends letters.
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