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    • Altair school Madrid 2 BACHILLERATO FIRST TERM REVIEW
    • FRONTING
      • Can you spot the difference?
        • The balloon went up
        • Up went the balloon
        • It went up
        • Up it went
    • Is the subject a pronoun or not???
      • The balloon went up
      • Up went the balloon FRONTING
      • It went up
      • Up it went FRONTING
    • INVERSION
      • What is the difference????
      • A.I have never seen anything so awe-inspiring
      • B.Never have I seen anything so awe-inspiring
      • I have never seen anything so awe-inspiring
      • Never have I seen anything so awe-inspiring (INVERSION)
      • ADVERBIAL + AUXILIARY + SUBJECT + VERB
    • Have a go!
      • It is not only one of the oldest cities on Earth, but also one of the most awe-inspiring
      • Not only is it one of the oldest cities on Earth, but also one of the most awe-inspiring
      • As soon as the team arrived, it started to rain
      • No sooner did the team arrive than it started to rain
      • He could not pronounce a word
      • Not a word could he pronounce
      • You won´t be allowed to complain on any account
      • On no account will you be allowed to complain
    • Inversion with conditional sentences
      • If she had made a wish, it would have come true
      • Had she made a wish, it would have come true
    • Conditional sentences
      • Zero
        • If you mix red and blue, you get mauve
      • First
        • If I find her address, I will send her an invitation
        • I won´t send her an invitation unless I find her address
      • Second
        • If a genie granted me three wishes, I would choose…
      • Third
        • If I had not had an alarm installed, my house would have been Broken into
    • Conditional Sentences (form) if clause main clause 1.Simple present 2.Simple Past 3.Past perfect M. Past simple M. Past perfect will + infinitive would + infinitive could + infinitive might + infinitive would have + past part Would have + past part Would + V Would be +Ving
    • What is backshifting?
        • Reason (if) consequence/result past/pr perfect- past perfect past would have +past p
        • Reason (if) consequence/result
        • present- past present would + verb
    • Backshifting for conditional sentences
      • I didn´t have time to go shoppping so I didn´t buy any souvenier
        • If I had had time to go shopping, I would have bought souveniers
      • I didn´t take an aspirin, so I have a splitting headache now
        • If I had taken an aspirin, I would not have a splitting headache now
      • I am so forgetful… That is why I forgot your birthday
        • If I was/were not so forgetful, I would not have forgotten your birthday
    • Wishes and regrets
    • Wish. Spot the difference:
      • a.I wish to announce that you will be invited to the ball
      • - aim/intend to do sth. Formal situations (often in writing)
      • b.I wish/If only I were taller
      • - You make a wish for the present/future: S.PAST!
      • c.I wish/If only I had not said that. It was so embarrasing!
      • -You wish things in the past had been different: PAST PERFECT!
    • Regret. Spot the difference
      • A.I regret to tell you that you have failed the exam
        • I am telling you the sad news. Poor you! I am sorry about it!
      • B.I regret telling/having told her that she failed the exam
        • I wish I had not told her that
        • Regret + (not) + Ving/having +past part
    • All of it together!
      • I failed my exam…
      • I wish…
        • I had not failed my exam
      • They can´t speak French…
      • They wish…
        • they could speak French
      • They didn´t see the film, so they can´t tell me anything about it
      • Had they…
        • seen the film, they could tell me everything about it
      • The snow came down
      • Down…
        • came the snow
      • He was only able to arrive on time by taking a taxi
      • Only…
        • by taking a taxi was he able to arrive on time
      • The weather is improving, or so it seems
      • The weather…
        • Seems to be improving
      • The days when my heart was young are gone
      • Gone…
        • Are the days when my heart was young
      • The witch lived in the dark house
      • In the dark house…
        • Lived the witch
      • I got angry at him
      • I regret….
        • Getting/having got angry at him
      • The cat lay down
      • Down…
        • lay the cat
      • He ran across the field
      • Across the field…
        • he ran
      • Why on earth did I leave my password at home?
      • If only…
        • I had not left my password at home
      • I realized how much I loved him after he had left me
      • Only after…
        • he had left me did I realize how much I loved him
    • Vocabulary
    • Find the odd one out in these groups of words
      • Vibrant, delerict, colourful, lively
        • delerict
      • Hawkers, buskers, eateries, vendors
        • eateries
      • In a nutshell, talk shop, briefly
        • Talk shop
      • Salad dressing, crunchy biscuits, elaborate dishes, clogged water ways
        • Clogged water ways
      • thriving, pricey, clench
        • clench
      • Butt in, interrupt, talk back to someone, get a word in edgewise
        • talk back to someone
    • How would you describe it? Grubby Awe-inspiring Stunning Clogged Soaring Derelict Bustling Relaxing In-your-face Tacky Exhilarating Tasteless Tasteful Polluted Deserted
    • How would you define this conversation?
    • Do you want to make a wish…?
    • The end… Don´t regret not having revised!