# Week 15: Grammar & selfworkhour

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Week 14
Welcome!

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W14
Grammar and selfworkhour
W15
Grammar and selfworkhour
W16
Recap grammar
W17
Test theme 4 & Harry Potter
W18 & 19
May holiday

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What is something you tend to procrastinate?
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2:00

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Grammar: condintionals

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If & when
If -> Something could possibly happen (but is unsure)
If I win the lottery I will buy a car.

When -> Something is definitely going to happen
When I get home I am going to take a nap.

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Conditionals
You use conditionals to describe facts, likely situations, and unlikely situations.
There is always an if-clause and a main clause.
The if-clause describes a condition. The main clause states the result of that condition.

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Examples
If I win the lottery , I will buy a new car

When I get married , I plan to change my name
if clause
main clause
if clause
main clause

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Zero conditional
The result is a fact
Both clauses get the present simple tense

If the light turns green, the oven is done pre-heating.
Plastic melts, when you apply heat.

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First conditional
If the result is a prediction or something that is probably going to happen, you use will + infinitive in the main clause. You still use the present simple in the if-clause.

When I get home, I will take a nap.
If I ever go back to Switzerland, I will not go camping.

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Second conditional
If the result is made up or not real (yet), you use would + infinitive in the main clause. This time you use the past simple in the if-clause. This is called the second conditional.

If he asked, I would say yes.
If we lost our plane, we would arrive late.

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Conditional
Tense
When to use
Zero
Present simple
Fact
First
Present simple -> if clause

Will + verb -> main clause
Prediction
Second
Past simple -> if clause

Would + infinitive -> main clause

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Options for selfwork
Option 1: Finish and show 2 finished grammar worksheets.
Option 2: Choose 20 words from the LC and make a new sentence
Option 3: Make your own practice test with 5 exercises (you may do this one in pairs)
Option 4: Translate a newswise text