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Second conditional

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In this slide you can find an explanation about the second conditional, examples and exercises.

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Second conditional

  1. 1. By: Ivon Ramírez Santiago Rodríguez Jeferson Rodríguez Vargas
  2. 2. Table of Contents  Introduction  Grammar structure  Punctuation  Examples  Exercises
  3. 3. Introduction  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.
  4. 4. Grammar Structure If clause If Past simple Main clause Would Could Might Verb It is important to take into account that in conditionals; it is usual to see he, she and it with “were” instead of “was” e.g. If he were friendly, we would be good friends
  5. 5. Punctuation.  The use of a comma is mandatory when the if clause 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
  6. 6. Examples  If she had a lot of money, she could buy a new apartment.  They would be happy if they won the lottery  If he were president, he might reduce taxes
  7. 7. Examples of negative form  If I did not have homework, I could go to the party  I would not be angry if you had arrived early
  8. 8. Questions In questions we can ask about assumptions or imaginary situations.  If you were a famous person , who would you be?  If you could live in other country. Where would you live?
  9. 9. Exercises to practice • http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/second- conditional-exercise-1.html • http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgam e.asp?id=3227