# 2nd 3rd conditional

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## Items in this lesson

Welcome!
Happy to see you today!
Take a seat and wait till we get started!

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Today:
- conditionals -
repetition yesterday
more conditionals
quantities
practice

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zero and first conditional
What do you remember?

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But there's more!
Second conditional!

third conditional!

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Second conditional
Things that are unlikely to happen`or which are not true at present.

If (past simple), would (infinitive)
If I won the lottery, I would buy a house that's not haunted
If I had his number, I would call the ghost busters

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Third conditional
A things that didn't happen, but you imagine the result if it did happen.

if (past perfect), ... would (have) (past participle)
If you had listened to me, we would have lived in a normal house
If she had been a little faster, she would have escaped

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let's compare
0 =If you do what I tell you, you're safe
1 = If you do what I tell you, you'll be safe
2 = If you listened to me, you would be safe
3 = If you had listened to me, you would have been safe...

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If I saw a ghost in real life, I would scream so loudly.
A
zero conditional
B
first conditional
C
second conditional
D
third conditional

#### Slide 8 -Quiz

If that had happened yesterday, we all would have died.
A
zero conditional
B
first conditional
C
second conditional
D
third conditional

#### Slide 9 -Quiz

If the ghosts are about, the hallway gets really cold.
A
zero conditional
B
first conditional
C
second conditional
D
third conditional

#### Slide 10 -Quiz

transform this sentence into a third conditional: "If I have more time, I will catch them!"

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transform this sentence into a second conditional: "if I had the right tools, I would have caught that ghost"

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quantity
The difference between some/any
Some example sentences?

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Any
Question and negative sentences
"has there been any suspicious activity around here lately?"
"I haven't seen any weird things lately"

If it doesn't really matter
"Ghosts can possess any person they like"

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Some
In most other sentences where you want to signify a limited number of things.
"Some ghosts are very loud, others are very sneaky"

questions where the answer will most likely be 'yes'
"Do you want some pizza?"

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A lot of/lots of
all sorts of sentences

any examples?

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let's get to work
Continue working on your ghost guide
Add 3 second and third conditional sentences in there
Use some/any/a lot of each at least once in the guide.

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Have a nice day!