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# Trabajo De Lydia Y Tere

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• FIRST CONDITIONAL TRABAJO DE INGLÉS LYDIA Y TERESA 3ºA
• 1.1 THE FIRST CONDITIONAL
• Functions
• · The first conditional talks about the possible actions or events that may occur or not.
• 1.2 THE STRUCTURE OF A FIRST CONDITIONAL SENTENCE
• · Conditional sentences first degree consists of two component :
• IF + SUJ + VERB + REST OF SENTENCED (if-clause) / / / SUJ + WILL + VERB + REST OF SENTENCED (result-clause)
• 1.3. THE STRUCTURE OF A FIRST CONDITIONAL SENTENCE if clause Result clause If you study hard, you will pass the test
• EXAMPLES
• ·If Alice works hard, she will pass the test
• · If you play with matches, you will burn your fingers
• 2.1. USING THE FIRST CONDITIONAL
• ·First conditional is used to talk about things which are possible in the present or the future — things which may happen.
• 2.2 EXAMPLE AND EXPLANATION Example Explanation If it's sunny, we'll go to the park Maybe Juan will leave — that's possible If you cook the supper, I'll wash the dishes Maybe you will cook the supper — that's possible.
• 3.1 THE FIRST CONDITIONAL
• There is a real possibility that this condition will happen. For example:
• - It is morning.
• -You are at home.
• -You plan to play tennis this afternoon.
• But there are some clouds in the sky.
• -Imagine that it rains.
• -What will you do?
• 3.2 C ONDITION AND RESULT condition result present simple WILL + base verb it rains I will stay at home
• 4.1 COMBINATION OF AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE If + do/does + not + base form will + base form If + do/does + not + base form will + not + base form If + Present Simple will + not + base form will + not + base form will + base form