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It is important to know when and how to use the
second conditional. It refers to a hypothetical
situation of future events that are not likely.
It is important to take into account that in conditionals;
it is usual to see he, she and it with “were” instead of
e.g. If he were friendly, we would be good friends
The use of a comma is mandatory when the if
is at the beginning.
If I were in France, I would visit the Eiffel tower
When the if clause is at the end of the sentence,
we do not use comma.
I would visit the Eiffel tower if I were in France
If she had a lot of money, she could buy a new
They would be happy if they won the lottery
If he were president, he might reduce taxes
Examples of negative form
If I did not have homework, I could go to the
I would not be angry if you had arrived early
In questions we can ask about assumptions or imaginary
If you were a famous person , who would you be?
If you could live in other country. Where would you
Exercises to practice