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ENGLISH- chapter 4

ZERO CONDITIONAL
FIRST CONDITIONAL
SECOND CONDITIONAL

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ENGLISH- chapter 4

ZERO CONDITIONAL
FIRST CONDITIONAL
SECOND CONDITIONAL

Slide 1 -Tekstslide

CONDITIONALS
WHAT? Conditionals are sentence structures that explain a particular situation or circumstance and its consequences.
If this happens, then that happens.

FORM? If the sentence starts with the ‘if clause’, you add a comma between the ‘if clause’ and the ‘main clause’.
If you are sick , you should go home

Slide 3 -Tekstslide

TODAY'S CONDITIONALS:
ZERO CONDITIONAL

FIRST CONDITIONAL

SECOND CONDITIONAL

Slide 4 -Tekstslide

ZERO CONDITIONAL
USE? We use the zero conditional to talk about things that always happen.
-General facts
-Scientific facts
FORM? If/When + present simple , + present simple
EXAMPLES: If you drop an apple, it falls to the ground.
If you freeze water, it turns into ice.

Slide 5 -Tekstslide

If you freeze water,
A
it will turn into ice.
B
it turns into ice.
C
it would turn into ice.

Slide 6 -Quizvraag

You get burned...
A
if you touch fire.
B
if you will touch fire.
C
if you would touch fire.

Slide 7 -Quizvraag

If you heat water to 100 degrees celcius,
A
it would boil.
B
it will boil.
C
it boils

Slide 8 -Quizvraag

If you don't eat food for two days, ........

Slide 9 -Open vraag

If you leave a restaurant without paying, ........

Slide 10 -Open vraag

LET OP
Ezelsbruggetje: If & will makes me ill

If en will kunnen nog IN dezelfde zin gebruikt worden!

Slide 11 -Tekstslide

ZERO CONDITIONAL
FIRST CONDITIONAL

Slide 12 -Tekstslide

FIRST CONDITIONAL
USE? When we talk about specific present or future situations which we believe are real or possible. --> ZOU KUNNEN

FORM?  If/When +  present simple, +  will + infinitive

EXAMPLES: If it rains tomorrow, we will go to the cinema
If Juan leaves, Bella will be very sad.

Slide 14 -Video

If the toy cat starts waving,
A
The cat will attack the toy.
B
The cat will mimic the toy.
C
The cat will run away.
D
The cat will attack its owner.

Slide 16 -Video

If the door opens,
A
The dogs will act like nothing happened.
B
The dogs will run away.
C
The dogs will attack each other.
D
The dogs will keep barking to each other.

Slide 18 -Video

When the cat sees the dog,
A
The cat will jump on top of the dog.
B
The cat will scare the dog away.
C
The cat will run away.
D
The cat will lock the door.

Slide 19 -Quizvraag

FIRST CONDITIONAL
*If/when the man takes another step, the penguin will attack him.
*If/when the toy cat starts waving, the cat will mimic it.
*If/when the door opens, the dogs will act like nothing happened.
*If/when the cat sees the dog, the cat will lock the door.

Slide 20 -Tekstslide

ZERO CONDITIONAL
FIRST CONDITIONAL
SECOND CONDITIONAL

Slide 22 -Video

SECOND CONDITIONAL
*If I were a boy, I would roll out of bed in the morning and throw on what I wanted.
*If I were a boy, I would be a better man.
*If I were a boy, I would listen to her.
*If I were a boy, I would turn of my phone.
*If I were a boy, I would put myself first.

Slide 23 -Tekstslide

SECOND CONDITIONAL
USE? We use the second conditional when we talk about present or future events that are not likely to happen:
ONWAARSCHIJNLIJK
FORM? If + past simple, + would + infinitive

EXAMPLES: If I were you, I would tell her.
If I won the lottery, I would travel the world.

Slide 24 -Tekstslide

Complete next sentences with a second conditional.

Slide 25 -Tekstslide

If I won the lottery, ...

Slide 26 -Open vraag

If I were a boy/girl, ...

Slide 27 -Open vraag

I would be extremely scared ...

Slide 28 -Open vraag

I would move to Mars ...

Slide 29 -Open vraag

Highlight which conditional is used:

Slide 30 -Tekstslide

exercise 4.4.
1. If you don't eat, you get sick.                                                                : zero conditional
2. I would be very frightened if somebody pointed a gun at me. :  second conditional
3. We will go to the beach if the weather is good.                               : first conditional
4. If I don't go to the party, they will be offended.                               : first conditional
5. You go to the doctor if you feel sick.                                                    : zero conditional