Conditional Type 2
If I had a million dollars…
If I had a million dollars…
youtube video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHacDYj8KZM
If I had a million dollars
 If I had a million dollars, If I had a million dollars
 Well, I’d 1.___________________
 I ...
If I had a million dollars
 If I had a million dollars
 Well, I’d buy you a K-Car
 A nice reliant automobile
 And if I...
If I had a million dollars
 5. ____________________
 6. ____________________
 Well, 7. ____________________
 But not a...
What would you do
if you had
$1,000,000?
What would you do
if you had
$1,000,000?
The verb in the if-clause should be in
past tense.
We use Type 2
conditional sentences
to talk about ( facts /
imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk
about the (...
We use Type 2
conditional sentences
to talk about ( facts /
imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk
about the (...
We use Type 2
conditional sentences
to talk about ( facts /
imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk
about the (...
We use Type 2
conditional sentences
to talk about ( facts /
imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk
about the (...
We use Type 2
conditional sentences
to talk about ( facts /
imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk
about the (...
Examples
 If I had a lot of money, I would help others.
 Ellen would do better if she worked harder.
 If I were a bird,...
Website for learning English
 http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/speci
 http://www.bbc.co.uk/worlds...
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  1. 1. Conditional Type 2 If I had a million dollars…
  2. 2. If I had a million dollars… youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHacDYj8KZM
  3. 3. If I had a million dollars  If I had a million dollars, If I had a million dollars  Well, I’d 1.___________________  I would buy you a house  And if I had a million dollars  If I had a million dollars  2.___________________ for your house  Maybe a nice chesterfield or an ottoman buy you a house buy you furniture
  4. 4. If I had a million dollars  If I had a million dollars  Well, I’d buy you a K-Car  A nice reliant automobile  And if I had a million dollars  3.___________________  If I had a million dollars  I’d 4.__________ a tree-fort in your yard  If I had a million dollarsYou could help it wouldn’t be that hard I’d buy your love build
  5. 5. If I had a million dollars  5. ____________________  6. ____________________  Well, 7. ____________________  But not a real fur coat, that’s cruel If I had a million dollars If I had a million dollars I’d buy you a fur coat
  6. 6. What would you do if you had $1,000,000?
  7. 7. What would you do if you had $1,000,000? The verb in the if-clause should be in past tense.
  8. 8. We use Type 2 conditional sentences to talk about ( facts / imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). We use the main clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). A comma is needed when the word “if” is placed at the ( beginning / end ) of a sentence.
  9. 9. We use Type 2 conditional sentences to talk about ( facts / imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). We use the main clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). A comma is needed when the word “if” is placed at the ( beginning / end ) of a sentence.
  10. 10. We use Type 2 conditional sentences to talk about ( facts / imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). We use the main clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). A comma is needed when the word “if” is placed at the ( beginning / end ) of a sentence.
  11. 11. We use Type 2 conditional sentences to talk about ( facts / imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). We use the main clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). A comma is needed when the word “if” is placed at the ( beginning / end ) of a sentence.
  12. 12. We use Type 2 conditional sentences to talk about ( facts / imaginary situation ).We use the if-clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). We use the main clause to talk about the ( imaginary situation / imaginary result ). A comma is needed when the word “if” is placed at the ( beginning / end ) of a sentence.
  13. 13. Examples  If I had a lot of money, I would help others.  Ellen would do better if she worked harder.  If I were a bird, I would fly away. (but I can never be a bird)  If I were JK Rowling, I would write more Harry Potter books. (but I can never be JK Rowling)
  14. 14. Website for learning English  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/speci  http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/speci

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