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Learn table 17 and revise how to use different types of conditionals

17 Types of Conditionals

 

ϳ (if-)
If + Present Simple Future Simple If we work hard, we will finish the project on time. , , .
If + Past Simple would/could/might + infinitive If I didnt haveto work such long hours, I wouldnt be so tired. , .
If +Past Perfect would/could/might + perfect infinitive If I had been more careful, I wouldnt have made such a mistake. , , .
If + Present Simple Present Simple If it rains, the roads get slippery and dangerous. , .

2 , , : unless (1 Type), providing/provided that, so/as long as, on condition (that), what if, suppose/supposing, otherwise (= if not), but for, and, or (else), even if, in case of/in the event of:

 

1 Unless you help me, I will not finish on time. (= If you dont help me, )

2 Ill water the plants providing/provided (that) I have time this afternoon. ( if I have time)

3 So/As long as you promise to be back by midnight, you can go to the party. (If you promise)

4 He agreed to work Saturdays on condition that he was paid overtime. ( if he was paid)

5 `Ill take dads car tomorrow night.` - `What if he needs it?` (= What will you do if he needs it?)

6 Suppose/Supposingyou were fired, what would you do? (= If you were fired, )

7 But foryour advice, I wouldnt have been able to solve my problems. (If you hadnt advised me )

8Do that again and Ill punish you.Dont do that againor (else)Ill punish you. (If you do that again )

9I wouldnt go to the party even if they invited me.

10 In case of/In the event ofa fire, sound the alarm (If there is a fire, )

11Wed better leave now.Otherwisewell miss our flight. (If we dont leave now, well miss our flight.)

 

3 if 1, 2, 3 :

 

Were hemore careful, he would make fewer mistakes. (= If he were more careful, )

Were I you, I wouldnt trust him. (= If I were you, )

Had shebeen asked, she would have given her permission. (= If she had been asked, )

Had heknown, he would have called. (= If he had known, )


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  1. AT THE NEGOTIATING TABLE
  2. Back-formations, blends, and other types of word-formation
  3. Classification of phraseological units and their structural types.
  4. Conversion is the main way of forming verbs in Modern English. Verbs can be formed from nouns of different semantic groups and have different meanings, e.g.
  5. Different phonological schools and their concept of phoneme
  6. Different valency
  7. Differentiating consonants with same location and manner of articulation
  8. English table manners
  9. Examples of compounding from different languages
  10. Exercise 1. Translate the following sentences paying attention to Participle Constructions in different syntactic functions.
  11. Figure Types
  12. II. Listen to the first part of the text and fill in the table below




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