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Conditionals (If-zinnen) - Types 1&2

Conditionals (if-zinnen)
Types 1 & 2
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Conditionals (if-zinnen)
Types 1 & 2

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Agenda
  • When do we use conditionals? 
  • Type 1 (certain)
  • Practice

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

When do we use conditionals?
  • Conditionals are also called if-then sentences or if-zinnen. 
  • Used to talk about what will happen (certain) or what could happen (probable result). THINK: Cause-Effect

  • We use conditionals all. the. time. in English, so this is an important grammar skill to master! It allows you to talk about how actions/events are linked. 

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Type 1: Always True
  • Used to talk about something that happens (present simple) and its result (future simple)




  • NOTE: these 2 clauses can go in either order

Clause 1 (present simple)
Clause 2 (future simple)
If this thing happens
then this other thing will happen

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Type 1 Examples
  • If you help me, I will help you.
  • If it rains today, I will get wet.
  • My parents will give me a gift if I pass my exams. 
  • You will get dehydrated if you do not drink enough water. 

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Time to practice!
  • The next few slides are practice questions. 
  • Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb. 
  • Remember: each sentence must have 1 verb in the Present Simple and 1 verb in the Future Simple.

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

If the shop ______ (to be) open, I will buy a souvenir.
A
was
B
is
C
are
D
been

Slide 7 - Quizvraag

If he _____ (to have) the answer, then he will help me.
A
has
B
have
C
had
D
will have

Slide 8 - Quizvraag

If she needs a computer, then she _____ (to use) her brother's.
A
uses
B
used
C
will use
D
will used

Slide 9 - Quizvraag

If we do not have time today, then we _____ (to meet) tomorrow.
A
meets
B
met
C
have met
D
will meet

Slide 10 - Quizvraag

I _____ (to give) you 5 euros, if you ____ (to win) the bet
A
give; win
B
will give; won
C
will give; win
D
give; will win

Slide 11 - Quizvraag

If you ____ (to work) for 3 hours, you ____ (to make) 50 euros.
A
will work; make
B
work; will make
C
worked; will make
D
will work; have made

Slide 12 - Quizvraag

Write a your own sentence!

Example: If you write a sentence, I will be happy.

Slide 13 - Open vraag

Lesson summary
  • Type 1 conditionals: always true
  •     If this thing happens, then this other thing will happen

  • A Type 1 conditional has 2 clauses:
  • If clause with a verb in the Present Simple,
  • Then clauses with a verb in the Future Simple (will +  verb).

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

TYPE 2 Conditionals

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Agenda
  • When do we use conditionals? 
  • Type 2 (probable result) 

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

When do we use conditionals?
  • Conditionals are also called if-then sentences or if-zinnen. 
  • Used to talk about what will happen (certain) or what could happen (probable result). THINK: Cause-Effect

  • We use conditionals all. the. time. in English, so this is an important grammar skill to master! It allows you to talk about how actions/events are linked. 

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

Type 2: Probable Result
  • Used to talk about a hypothetical condition (past simple) and its probable result (modal verb + verb)




  • NOTE: these 2 clauses can go in either order

Clause 1 (past simple)
Clause 2 (modal verb + verb)
If this thing happened
then this other thing would* happen

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Modal Verbs
  • Modal verbs are used to express possible/uncertain/unreal situations: advice, obligation, likelihood, ability, permission, suggestion, request, capacity. 
  • Modal verbs include: can, could, have to, may, might, must, need to, should, will, would
  • Type 2 conditionals usually use WOULD as the modal verb, but others can also be used. 

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

Type 2: Probable Result
  • Used to talk about a hypothetical condition (past simple) and its probable result (modal verb + verb)




  • NOTE: these 2 clauses can go in either order

Clause 1 (past simple)
Clause 2 (modal verb + verb)
If this thing happened
then this other thing would* happen

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

Type 2 Examples
  • If you went to bed earlier, you would not be so tired.
  • If it rained, you would get wet.
  • If I spoke Italian, I would work in Italy.
  • She wouldn't live with Jack if she lived with her parents. 
  • You wouldn't smile if you knew the truth. 

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Time to practice!
  • The next few slides are practice questions. 
  • Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb. 
  • Remember: each sentence must have 1 verb in the Past Simple and 1 verb that's modal + verb.

Slide 22 - Tekstslide

If the shop _____ (to be) open, I would buy a souvenir.
A
was
B
is
C
are
D
has been

Slide 23 - Quizvraag

If he _____ (to have) the answer, then he would help me.
A
have
B
has
C
would have
D
had

Slide 24 - Quizvraag

If she needed a computer, then she ________ (to use) her brother's.
A
uses
B
has used
C
would use
D
used

Slide 25 - Quizvraag

I _____ (to give) you 5 euros, if you won the bet.
A
would give
B
would gave
C
would gives
D
would given

Slide 26 - Quizvraag

If you ______ (to work) for 3 hours, you _____ (to make) 50 euros.
A
would work, make
B
works, would make
C
would work, made
D
worked, would make

Slide 27 - Quizvraag

If I ____ (to go) to the movies, I _____ (to buy) popcorn.
A
would go, bought
B
went, would buy
C
went, bought
D
had gone, would buy

Slide 28 - Quizvraag

Write a your own sentence!

Example: If you wrote a sentence, I would be happy.

Slide 29 - Open vraag

Lesson summary
  • Type 1 conditionals: always true
  •     If this thing happens, then this other thing will happen

  • Type 2 conditionals: probable results
  •    If this thing happened, then this other thing would happen

Slide 30 - Tekstslide