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Third Conditional in English Grammar

This conditional is sometimes called the UNREAL PAST. It is used for discussing things in the past that did not happen AND because they are in the past already, they can never be changed and are thus impossibilities. You remember the last one, 2nd conditional, the one I told you was my favourite? At leastContinue reading “Third Conditional in English Grammar”

Second Conditionals in English Grammar

Now this is the fun one! This is my favourite because you can really let your imagination go crazy! Why? Because this conditional is all about things that are impossible or imaginary. For example, if I won the lottery, I would buy the Orient Express and live on it permanently. It’s a conditional for dreamersContinue reading “Second Conditionals in English Grammar”

First Conditionals in English Grammar

In a previous post we looked as zero conditionals and in this one we will cover 1st conditionals. The two share a few similarities; they have two clauses, clauses can be swapped over, when the word if is in the middle of a sentence you can omit the comma, the if- clause sets the sceneContinue reading “First Conditionals in English Grammar”

Zero Conditionals in English Grammar

When you are writing or speaking and you want to convey an idea of something that usually, generally or always happens, use the zero conditional. This conditional is used, for example, to talk about scientific facts. The formula for the zero conditional is: if/when + simple present (1st clause) + simple present or an imperativeContinue reading “Zero Conditionals in English Grammar”

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