This lesson contains 31 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.
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What if you suddenly became famous?
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Slide 2 - Video
question about song
What happened to the boy after he became famous?
Is he certain about his girlfriend's affections? Do you think that being famous affects your relationships?
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Slide 4 - Video
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Now read the text about Mary-Jess
Pay attention to the words that are printed in red. These are the clues, which you have to be able to find yourself. The FCE reading test consists of a number of different reading exercises of which this is only one.
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vocabulary- phrasal verbs with keep
keep away - not go somewhere or near something / (ergens) vandaan blijven
keep down - stop the number, level or size of something from increasing / laag houden
keep in - make someone stay in hospital / een nachtje (of langer) in het ziekenhuis blijven
keep to - stay with something such as a plan, subject, path / (je) houden aan
keep up with - understand something that is changing very fast / bijhouden van veranderingen
keep up with - move at the same speed as someone or something / bijhouden qua snelheid van iets of iemand
now do exercise 7 in which you use the words above!
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Know the different parts of speech of the words used in the exercises.
Make a grid with : verb - noun - adjective - adverb
Fill it in for the words in exercise 8
Now do exercise 8. remember to look at the entire sentence and especially the words before and after the gap to determine what part of speech you need to fill in.
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If/when + present simple , present simple
If/when + present continuous, present continuous
You use this conditional to talk about scientific facts, constant laws of nature, unchangeable rules,customs and personal routines; common states or events.
Example: If it is lunchtime in London, it is breakfast time in New York.
If you add two and two, you get four.
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If/when + present simple, will + infinitive
You use this conditional to talk about possible future states or events.
Only if the condition in the if-clause is met, will the main clause become true.
If Real Madrid’s captain doesn’t play, they won’t win the match.
If I get an I-phone 5 for Christmas, I’ll be very happy
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If + past simple, would/could/should/might + infinitive
You use it to talk about unlikely or imaginary states or events in the present or future
Mind: the second conditional with be uses were instead of was in formal contexts
If I had a daughter, I would teach her Russian. (unreal present)
If I started my own business, I wouldn’t work on Friday afternoons (hypothetical future)
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If + past perfect, would have/could have /should have / might have + past participle (= voltooid deelwoord)
You use it to talk about imaginary states or events in the past
Example: If you had listened to the instructions, you would have known what to do.
Mind: Unless means “if not” and cannot be followed by a negative verb form.
Example: Unless I tell you otherwise, you don’t have to come to class next week.
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extra exercise: fill in the right tense
01. If you give him a hand he …( thank) you.
02. If I … (be) you, I would call home.
03. If he … (find) out the truth sooner, he would have reported you to the police himself.
04. If she lived in Amsterdam she … (go) to the Albert Cuyp every week.
05. If you mix blue and yellow you … (get) green.
06. If they take the 8 o’clock train in Amersfoort they … (arrive) in time for the meeting.
07. If she had not forgotten her purse she … ( buy) a new winter coat.
08. If you … (heat) up water to 100 degrees Celsius it …(boil).
09. If he won the lottery, he … (move) to a tropical island.
10. If the boys behave better, their parents … (allow) them to stay home alone.
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01. If you give him a hand he will thank…( thank) you.
02. If I were… (be) you, I would call home.
03. If he had found… (find) out the truth sooner, he would have reported you to the police himself.
04. If she lived in Amsterdam she would go… (go) to the Albert Cuyp every week.
05. If you mix blue and yellow you …get (get) green.
06. If they take the 8 o’clock train in Amersfoort they …will arrive (arrive) in time for the meeting.
07. If she had not forgotten her purse she would have bought… ( buy) a new winter coat.
08. If you heat up water to 100 degrees Celsius it …boils(boil).
09. If he won the lottery, he …would move (move) to a tropical island.
10. If the boys behave better, their parents …will allow (allow) them to stay home alone.
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Now do the exercises 1-6
Learn these formulas by heart:
If + present simple, ...present simple
If+ present simple, ... will + infinitive
If + past simple, ... would + infinitive
If + past perfect, ... would have + past participle