REWRITE THE FOLLOWING USING THE KEY WORD OR STARTING AS SUGGESTED (MIXED)
1.After the eartquake in the Marmara Region in 1999, the officials forced people to stay outside if their houses
were badly damaged.(MADE)
After the eartquake in the Marmara Region
1. OPEN PRESENT OR FUTURE CONDITIONALS
IF + present simple
/ will + infinitive
If I go out
If you dont study
If they offer you the job
Ill buy a newspaper
you wont pass your exams
what will you do
Third conditional sentence completion game
Complete at least half of the sentences below and then read out JUST THE PART
YOU HAVE WRITTEN (not the part that was originally on the worksheet) of one and
see if your partner can work out which senten
Reduced Relative Clauses:
We can use participle clauses after a noun in the same way as relative clauses. This
gives more information about the noun. We sometimes call this a reduced relative
1. A present participle (verb + ing
There are 4 main types of if sentences in English, often called conditional sentences.
These sentences are in two halves (clauses):
the if part (if clause)
the other part where you can use words such as can, will, may
LENGUA INGLESA III
GRAMMAR: PARTICIPLE CLAUSES
PARTICIPLE CLAUSES: Theory
E.g.: Opening her eyes, the baby began to cry. OR.
When she opened her eyes, the baby.
The baby, who opened her eyes, began.
E.g.: Feeling tired, L
Zero conditional personalised sentence completion game (writing/ speaking/ grammar)
On your own, fill in at least half of the gaps below to make some true sentences about
your normal reaction in the situations given, for example If I wake up early, I usua
topic: CONDITIONALS: The second conditional structure 1
REMEMBER: The second conditional is used to talk about unreal situations in the
present (things that are impossible, that won't happen, etc.)
Choose the correct
e-grammar.org esl printables
English grammar: If conditional
There are four basic types of conditional sentences in the English language. Each type has two parts - the
main clause and the if clause.
Zero conditional: I take my umbrella if it rains.