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There are three types of Conditionals Plus zero type
Conditional type one We use the conditional type one to tell about actions that may happen in the Future
Example: If it is warm enough tomorrow we will go for a walk. If subject Vs\es, subject will V
WE USE THE CONDITIONAL TYPE TWO WHEN WE SPEAK ABOUT UNREAL PRESENT Conditional type two
IF IT WERE WARM TODAY, WE WOULD GO FOR A WALK Example: If past simple, would V
To make your speech more vivid you can use the structures: If only… I wish… If I were you…
If only It was warm enough now I wish it was warm now If I were you, I wouldn’t complain so much, you can’t change the weather.
WE USE THE CONDITIONAL TYPE THREE WHEN WE SPEAK ABOUT ACTIONS THAT WERE UNREAL IN THE PAST Conditional type three
If only It had been warm enough yesterday I wish it had been warm yesterday If I were you, I wouldn’t have complained so much, you can’t change the weather.
IF IT HAD BEEN WARM YESTERDAY, WE WOULD HAVE GONE FOR A WALK. Example: If past perfect, would + have Ved\VIII
WE USE THE ZERO TYPE CONDITIONAL WHEN WE SPEAK ABOUT TRUTH THAT IS EVIDENT AND IMPOSSIBLE TO AGUE. Zero type Conditional
Example: If you heat water till 100 C°, it boils.
If you get enough vitamins, you will stay healthy. If I were underweight, I would it more carbohydrates. If I were you, I would see a dietician. If she hadn’t had to work late, she would have cooked dinner. If you throw the stone, it falls to the ground. If wish I hadn’t eaten so much spicy food.
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