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Present Real Conditionals

  1. 1. PART IX: CONDITIONALS<br />UNIT 21: Present Real Conditionals<br />
  2. 2. UnitOverview<br />Studentswilllearn and practicepresent real conditionals in statements and questions.<br />
  3. 3. Grammar in Context<br />Shopping online isbecoming more and more popular as companieswithoutdoorsoffergoods and servicesthroughthe Internet. However; shopping online (orselling online) can beriskybecause of confidentiality and securitywithmoneytransactions.<br />
  4. 4. Vocabulary<br />Surf (the Internet/Net/Web): to look quickly at different places onthe Internet forinformationthatinterestsyou.<br />Dispute: tosaythatsomethingsuch as a fact, idea, orchargeisnotcorrector true.<br />Enter: topress “enter” on a computerkeyboard.<br />Printout: toprintfrom a computer.<br />Precaution: somethingthatyou do topreventsomethingbadordangerousfrom happening.<br />
  5. 5. Vocabulary<br />Bargain: todiscuss a pricewith a seller in ordertoget a fairorbetterprice.<br />Trick: a secretstrategy.<br />Vendor: someonewhosellsthings, especially in thestreet.<br />Negotiation: a discussionbetweentwopeopleorgroupswho are tryingtoagreeonsomething.<br />Crafts: skilledactivity in whichyoumakesomethingusingyourhands.<br />Field: a subjectthatpeoplestudyor are involved in as part of theirwork.<br />Such as: forexample.<br />
  6. 6. ComprehensionQuestions<br />Whyshouldyoubesurethatyoubuyonlyon a securesite?<br />Ifyouenteryourcreditcardnumber and thesiteisnotsecure, someoneelsecould use yourcreditcard.<br />Why are pricesgenerallylowerfrom Internet companies?<br />Theydon’thavetopayfor a store, lots of employees, or a large stock.<br />Whyis a receiptimportant?<br />Ifyoudon’tlikewhatyoubought, you can returnit. A receiptprovesthatyouboughtit.<br />
  7. 7. DiscussionTopics<br />Whensupermarketsbecame popular; shoppersbegantobuyfrompeopletheydidn’tknow. Theybeganto shop once a week, orevenlessoften. Theresultis more isolation. Will more online shopping mean more isolation, just as supermarketsdid? Is online shopping a positive change?<br />Whatprecautionsmust a persontakewithcreditcards, besidestheonesmentioned in thereading?<br />
  8. 8. GrammarPresentation<br />What’sthedifferencebetweenthefirst and thesecond set of sentences?<br />
  9. 9. GrammarPresentation<br />In yes/no questionstheifclauseusually comes at theend!<br />
  10. 10. GrammarPresentation<br />In wh- questionstheifclauseusually comes at theend!<br />
  11. 11. Grammar Notes<br />
  12. 12. Grammar Notes<br />
  13. 13. Quick Pairwork<br />Listfivethingsyou do everyday.<br />Expandyourstatementsintoifclause (orwhenclause) statements: I get up at six. If I don’tget up at six, I’m late foreverythingelseallday.<br />Includesomenegativesentences, and sentenceswithhe/she/it: If I forgetto set my alarmclock, itdoesn’t ring, and I don’tgettoschoolon time.<br />
  14. 14. Grammar Notes<br />
  15. 15. Grammar Notes<br />
  16. 16. Quick Pairwork<br />Practicegivingadvicewiththefollowingresultclauses:<br /> …wear a hat.<br /> …phone home.<br /> …don’ttellyourmother.<br />Createconditions (withiforwhenclauses) underwhichyoucarryouttheimperative in theresultclause. Examples: Ifit’scold, wear a hat. Ifyouhave a car accident, phone home. Ifyouget a tattoo, don’ttellyourmother.<br />
  17. 17. Grammar Notes<br />
  18. 18. Quick Pairwork<br />Use yoursentencesfromthepreviouspairwork, and reverse theorder, withtheiforwhenclauses at theend.<br />Checkpronunciationtobesurethatthereis no pause whenthecommais removed.<br />

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