Conditional

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Lesduur is: 30 min

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Rules
• Silence when I speak
• Respect
• No phones (put them in your bag)

Slide 1 -Tekstslide

Lesson plan
• Lesson aims
• Explanation conditionals
• Exercises
• Recap lesson aims

Slide 2 -Tekstslide

Lesson aims
After this lesson you can:
• Explain the different conditional clauses;
• Name the different conditional clauses;
• Practice with the different conditional clauses.

Slide 3 -Tekstslide

Conditional clauses
There are four types of conditional clauses:
• Zero conditional (present simple + present simple)
• First conditional (present simple + will+infinitive)
• Second conditional (past simple + would+infinitive)
• Third conditional (past perfect + would have+past participle)

Slide 4 -Tekstslide

Zero conditional
• Used for statements that are always true
• If-clause is in present simple
• Main clause is in present simple
• Example: If you heat ice, it melts.
• Both clauses in present simple

Slide 5 -Tekstslide

First conditional
• Used for statements that are very likely to happen
• Main clause describes what will happen
• If-clause is in present simple
• Main clause is in will+infinitive
• Example: If you work hard, you will be rewarded.
• Present simple + will+infinitive

Slide 6 -Tekstslide

Second conditional
• Used when something is unlikely to happen.
• Main clause describes what would happen in this unlikely situation
• If-clause is in past simple
• Main clause is would+infinitive
• Example: If I won the lottery, I would buy a car.
• Past simple + would+infinitive

Slide 7 -Tekstslide

Third conditional
• Used when you think of a different past that would have resulted in a different outcome;
• You can switch the if-clause and the main clause around;
• If you switch them around, you do not use a comma;
• If-clause is in past perfect;
• Main clause is would have + past participle;
• Example: If she had known it was going to rain, she would never have gone to the beach.
• Second example (main clause first): She would never have gone to the beach if she had known it was going to rain. (NO COMMA!)

Slide 8 -Tekstslide

To summarize
• Zero conditional when: statements are true.
• Example: If you heat up water, it boils.
• First conditional when: something is likely to happen.
• Example: If I earn enough money, I will go on holiday.
• Second conditional when: something is unlikely to happen.
• Example: If I was famous, I would help everyone.
• Third conditional when: You think of a different past that would have changed the outcome.
• Example: If she had known it was going to rain, she would have worn a raincoat.

Slide 9 -Tekstslide

If you don't use an umbrella when it rains, you get wet.
A
First conditional
B
Third conditional
C
Second conditional
D
Zero conditional

Slide 10 -Quizvraag

If I were a rich man, I would buy ten houses.
A
Third conditional
B
First conditional
C
Second conditional
D
Zero conditional

Slide 11 -Quizvraag

If they had run faster, they would have won the race.
A
First conditional
B
Second conditional
C
Third conditional
D
Zero conditional

Slide 12 -Quizvraag

If wood catches fire, it burns
A
First conditonal
B
Zero conditional
C
Second conditional
D
Third conditional

Slide 13 -Quizvraag

If you pass the test, you will get a good grade.
A
First conditional
B
Second conditional
C
Zero conditional
D
Third conditional

Slide 14 -Quizvraag

Write a sentence in the second conditional.

Slide 15 -Open vraag

When do you use the first conditional?

Slide 16 -Open vraag

Recap lesson aims
After this lesson you can:
• Explain the different conditional clauses;
• Name the different conditional clauses;
• Practice with the different conditional clauses.