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Conditional Questions

1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL EXPERIMENTAL<br />“FRANCISCO DE MIRANDA”<br />PROGRAMA CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN<br />MENCIÓN INGLÉS<br />Conditional Questions<br />Acosta, B. y Colina, I. 2010<br />
2. 2. Introduction<br />Helloeverybody! I hope you have studied a lot the previous classes because it is time to know how to form questions using conditionals.<br />As you can see, this thematic unit is about Conditional Questions, it means, you are going to know how to create them for using them in communicative situations. <br />
3. 3. Goal of the Unit<br />People, you have to pay attention to the class to cover each point of it and at the end of this thematic unit, you will be able to recognize questions which express a condition. <br />So, Study hard to get the goal…<br />
4. 4. Sketch of the unit<br /><ul><li>Wh- conditional Questions
5. 5. Yes/ no- Conditional Questions</li></ul>These are the topics the unit will cover… Obviously with their forms to answers and Examples.<br />
6. 6. Conditional Questions<br />It is very simple to make a question based on a conditional.<br /> You can give a condition and ask what would be the possible consequence.<br />
7. 7. Conditional Questions<br />The structure is very simple, but you have to know quite well about using the types of conditional sentences.<br />
8. 8. Conditional Questions<br />Let’s take a look of the structure<br />What<br /> (or another Wh word)<br />If Clause* ?<br />Aux Verb*<br />Subj.<br />Verb<br />*(would, will, remember that it depends of the type of conditional that you are going to use)<br />*The tense of the If clause that you use in the question will depend of the conditional type used. <br />Hint: As well as conditional sentences structure can be reversed without changing the meaning, question can also be changed by starting with the if clause.<br />
9. 9. Conditional Questions<br />Here are some examples:<br /><ul><li>What will happen you don’t study hard enough?
10. 10. Where would you like to travel, if you won paid vacations?
11. 11. If you were an animal, Which one would you like to be?</li></li></ul><li>Conditional Questions<br />The way of answering is really easy; just start with the if clause of the question made, and create the consequence, let’s look at the examples to have a better idea of it.<br />
12. 12. Conditional Questions<br />Here are some examples:<br /><ul><li>What will happen you don’t study hard enough?</li></ul>If I don’t study hard enough I will fail in the exam<br /><ul><li>Where would you like to travel, if you could go anywhere?</li></ul>If I could go anywhere I would like to travel to Hawaii <br /><ul><li>If you were an animal, Which one would you like to be?</li></ul>If I were an animal I would like to be a Falcon.<br />
13. 13. Conditional Questions<br />Now, this is the structure of aYes/Noconditional question.<br />?<br />Main Clause<br />If Clause<br />Hint: As well as conditional sentences structure can be reversed without changing the meaning, question can also be changed by starting with the if clause.<br />
14. 14. Conditional Questions<br />Here are some examples:<br />If I were blonde, Would I look good?<br />Will Mary miss me if I go?<br />If I cut a onion I cry?<br />
15. 15. Conditional Questions<br />The way to answer this question is very easy, all you have to do is deny or agree and to make it longer add the conditional sentence, or just the main clause.<br />
16. 16. Conditional Questions<br />Here are some examples:<br />If I were blonde, Would I look good?<br /><ul><li>No, If you were blonde, You wouldn’t look good.
17. 17. No, you would look bad.</li></ul>Will Mary miss me if I go?<br /><ul><li>Yes, Mary will miss you if you go.
18. 18. Yes, She will miss you.</li></ul>If I cut a onion I cry?<br /><ul><li>Yes, If you cut a onion you cry</li></li></ul><li>Conditional Questions<br /> It is the end of the class, now check the activities and the extra information the teacher has for you in order to verify you are clear about this topic…<br /> Success…!<br />