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**First** and **Second** **conditional** sentences **First** **conditional** If ( Present Simple ),____ ( Future Simple) If I receive a gift for Christmas, I will be happy If we play tennis today, we will lose some weight If you steal money, you will go to jail If ( Present Progressive ...

The Conditionals By Mark Introduction What are the conditionals, and why the gobbledygook? **First** **Conditional** Your turn! **Second** **Conditional** Have a go!

CONDITIONALS Zero **First** **Second** Third ZERO **CONDITIONAL** IF+Present Simple, Present Simple USES Facts: Things that are always true EXAMPLES If you heat ice, it melts **FIRST** **CONDITIONAL** IF+Present Simple, WILL USE Conditions probable to be fulfilled EXAMPLES If the weather is good, I will go to the ...

CONDITIONALS CONDITIONALS **FIRST** **CONDITIONAL** Which is a 1st **Conditional** sentence? If we travelled to new galaxies, we could discover new planets.

The **second** **conditional** Teacher : Carlos Enrique Buitrago Use: We use **second** **conditional** to express dreams an unreal situations. Example If I won the lottery I would buy a beautiful house If I had time, I would see the football match If I were rich, I would buy a super car Remember: do not get ...

**First** **Conditional** (unit 38) It’s winter time and very cold. You say: If it snows tomorrow, I won’t go to work. There is a real possibility that it will snow.

**CONDITIONAL** SENTENCES 3 MAIN TYPES: **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** (Hypothetical) Third **Conditional** If she had worked harder, she would have passed her exams.

Conditionals Mgr. Juraj Gregor Gymnázium Nováky Types of conditionals Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** The Zero **Conditional** Use: We use Zero **Conditional** when we speak about true facts or when sth happens as result of sth else.

**Conditional** Statements This is VERY IMPORTANT! We will show the failure of the fairness criteria by showing the **first** part of the **conditional** is true and the **second** part is false.

These four types are normally referred to as the zero, **first**, **second** and third conditionals Zero-type conditionals Form and meaning The form of the zero **conditional** causes no problems since the present tenses are used ... so I use a third-**conditional** if clause and a **second**-**conditional** main clause.

Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** Exercises 4 - If I had the time, I’d help you Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** 5 – I would have done things differently if I had been the manager. Zero **Conditional** ...

THE **SECOND** **CONDITIONAL**(possible but not very likely, hypothetical) IF + PAST SIMPLE + WOULD + INF. COULD. MIGHT. If he were rich, he wouldn’t have to work.

The **Second** **Conditional**. The **second** **conditional** is a structure used for talking about unreal situations in the present or in the future.

THE **FIRST** **CONDITIONAL** (possible and very likely to happen) IF + PRESENT SIMPLE + FUTURE PRESENT PERFECT IMPERATIVE If it rains, we’ll stay at home.

**FIRST** **CONDITIONAL** The **First** **Conditional** is formed in this way: if + Present Simple, will ... 1_Oriel 2_Oriel 3_Oriel 4_Oriel 5_Oriel 6_Oriel **Conditional** sentences Slide 2 Finish these sentences Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** Unless = if not ...

grammar **first** **conditional** if + present simple will + infinitive **second** **conditional** if + past simple would + infinitive third **conditional** if + past perfect would have + past perfect **first** **conditional** to talk about possible or probable future events.

**Conditional** Sentences (I) **Conditional** Sentences Structure : A **conditional** sentence is composed of 2 parts : If-clause + Main Clause Example : If it rains tomorrow, we will not come.

conditionals claire wallis real conditionals what do we use the zero **conditional** for? how do we form it? what do we use the **first** **conditional** for?

Form If + present simple + will Functions We use the **first** **conditional** to talk about actions or events in the future which are likely to ... I will be unhappy Form If + past simple/continuous + would Functions We use the **second** **conditional** to talk about situations or actions in ...

**FIRST** v. **SECOND** **CONDITIONAL** THE DIFFERENCE: **FIRST** and **SECOND** **CONDITIONAL** Both conditionals refer to the present and future. The difference is about probability, not time. **First** **conditional**: real and possible situations **Second** **conditional**: ...

Study the lessons on each of the main types and then take the quiz. **First** **conditional**: Likely situations (present + present, future, or ... Pay the bill if you have money. (If you don't have money, someone else will take care of it.) Present - Imperative **Second** **conditional**: Unlikely ...

**First** **Conditional** - used . for future real /factual situations. If I . drink. coffee tonight, I . won’t sleep . well. **Second** **Conditional** - used for present or . future unreal, imaginary situations. If I . drank. coffee tonight, I . wouldn’t sleep . well. If I . had drunk .

Lecture 10: Conditionals: **conditional** conjunctions zero **conditional** **first** **conditional** **second** **conditional** third **conditional** mixed **conditional** **Conditional** Conjuctions Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** (reálná podmínka) **First** **Conditional** (reálná podmínka) **Second** **Conditional** (nereálná ...

The **conditional** statements if and if-elseprovide **conditional** execution of blocks of code. ... Write an if statement that examines two integer variables and exchanges their values if the **first** one is greater than the **second** one.

Si clauses with present tense **First** **conditional** Grammar essentials #137 Si clauses Spanish si clauses are also known as conditionals or **conditional** sentences.

**CONDITIONAL** SENTENCES FINISH THESE SENTENCES If I pass my Analytical Chemistry exam, I will…. If I passed my Analytical Chemistry exam, I would…

Conditionals Match the terminology with its correct definition: The zero **conditional**… The **first** **conditional**… The **second** **conditional**… The third **conditional**…

**Conditional** Statements LESSON 2-1 Additional Examples Identify the hypothesis and the conclusion: If two lines are parallel, then the lines are coplanar.

3.5 **Conditional** Probability **Conditional** Probability Dependent events When the outcome of a **second** event depends directly on the outcome of the **first** event **Conditional** Probability The probability that B occurs, given A has already occurred We write P(B | A) We say “the probability of B given A ...

Outline Materi **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** **First** **conditional**: If+ present tense, + future tense If you leave me, I’ll die of a broken heart. future tense (no comma) + if ...

There are three basic conditionals that we use very often. There are some more conditionals that we do not use so often. **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** The structure of **conditional** **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** If ...

Write an if statement that examines two integer variables and exchanges their values if the **first** one is greater than the **second** one. Write a script that shows the sign ... **Conditional** Statements Subject: C# Fundamentals Course Description:

**Conditional** Clauses By Mª Mercedes Sánchez Year 2012- 13 What is a **conditional** ? A **conditional** sentence has two clauses:the condition and the result or main clause.

**Conditional** conjunctions The different forms conditionals can take. The difference between real and hypothetical conditionals. ... Which event happens **first**, the “if clause” or the “other clause”. **first** - condition **second** - result **first** ...

Section 4.4 Multiplication Rules & **Conditional** Probability. Objectives: Determine if a compound event is independent or dependent. ... If two dice are rolled, you can find the probability of getting a 6 on the **first** die . and . getting a 3 on the **second** die . One event displays two characteristics.

The **first** sentence contains a **conditional** statement. The hypothesis is “It rains.” ... The conclusion of the **first** **conditional** is the hypothesis of the **second** **conditional**. This means that you can apply the Law of Syllogism.

The **second** **conditional** is a structure used for talking about unreal situations in the present or in the future. If ... If it is sunny tomorrow, I will go for a walk. The **first** **conditional** is a structure used for talking about possibilities in the present or in the future.

From the way the data are constructed, the model treats the events as being independent and does not different the **first** with the **second**. Two **Conditional** Models **Conditional** means a subject is assumed not to be at risk for a subsequent event until a prior event has occurred.

**Conditional** Probability Defining **Conditional** Probability The Multiplication Rule Independence of Events ... Find the probability that a. the **second** toss is a head; b. the **second** toss is a head given that the **first** toss is a head.

Multiplication Rule Tip. Find the probability the **first** event occurs. Find the probability the **second** event occurs given the **first** event has occurred and

ConditionalSentence. They consist of two parts. When the **conditional** clause begins the sentence, we put a comma before the main clause. ... for **first**, **second** and third persons. However, in spoken language . was. is also used for the **first** and third persons singular.

**Conditional** Probability Information **Conditional** probability **Conditional** probability is the probability that one event, A, will occur, given another event, B, occurs.

Title: **Conditional** Probability, Independence and Multiplicative Law Author: wang49 Last modified by: wang49 Created Date: 9/21/2009 6:22:37 PM Document presentation format

**CONDITIONAL** SENTENCES Author: Henrik Last modified by: ... 2 Calibri Trek 1_Trek 2_Trek 3_Trek 4_Trek 5_Trek 6_Trek 7_Trek 8_Trek **CONDITIONAL** SENTENCES ZERO **CONDITIONAL** Zero **Conditional** **First** **conditional** **Second** **conditional** Third **conditional** “when” and “if” Slide 8 ...

Section 4.4 The Multiplication Rules & **Conditional** Probability Objectives: ... then “adjust” the probability of the **second** event based on the fact that the **first** has occurred, and then multiply the answers. Multiplication Rules Examples Draw two cards with replacement from a standard deck.

6.5 **Conditional** Probability and Independence. **Conditional** Probability. **Conditional** Probability of Equally Likely Outcomes ... from a standard deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that the **first** card is red and the **second** is black? Let. F = "the **first** card is red," and. E = "the **second** card ...

Выпускная работа учителя английского языка Злобенко О.В. - школа № 98, СПб - Content Introduction **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** Comparing the three types Revision Об авторе Introduction **Conditional** ...

Zero **Conditional** **First** **Conditional** **Second** **Conditional** Third **Conditional** There are some more conditionals formed by mixing some of these four. Example : If you heat water to 100°C, it boils. Present Tense Present Tense If you pour oil into water, it floats. Zero ...

**Conditional** Probability, Intersection and Independence ... Symbolize mathematically: means draw a club on the **first** draw and then a **second** club. = Because the selection is done without replacement, we have one less card ...

UNIT 2: GRAMMAR INMACULADA GÓMEZ BENÍTEZ 2009-2010 **CONDITIONAL** SENTENCES OUTLINE TYPES OTHER WAYS TO SAY “IF” TYPE I/ **FIRST** **CONDITIONAL** **First** **conditional** - future possibility / probability if-clause = present tense/modal; main clause = will/modal(can, may) If I don't see you at the match ...