[pic][pic]First Conditional Structure
If S + Verb in present + C , S + WILL Verb + C
• If I go to my friend's house for dinner tonight, I will take a bottle of wineor some flowers.
S + WILL Verb + C , If S + Verb in present + C
• I will take a bottle of wine or some flowers if I go to my friend's house for dinner tonight,
Notice that there isno future in the if- clause.
• If I have a day off from work, I will go to the beach.
• If the weather is nice, she will walk to work.
• Jerry will help me with myhomework if he has time.
• I am going to read if there is nothing on TV.
• A: What are you going to do if it rains?
B: if it rains, I am going to stay at home.
STRUCTURE• If S V C, S will V C +
• If S don’t V C, S won’t V C -
• Will S V C If S V C ?
EXERCISEComplete the next conditions
• If the report isn't on my desk tomorrow morning….
• If you sell more than you did last year ….
• If he doesn't accept our offer ….
• If you give mea 10 % discount ….
• If sales don't improve soon …..
[pic][pic]Second Conditional Structure
If S + Verb in past + C , S + WOULD Verb + C
• If I had a day off from worknext week, I would go to the beach. I don't have a day off from work.
S + WOULD Verb + C , If S + Verb in past + C
• I would go to the beach if I had a day off from work next week.This Conditional is used to talk about imaginary situations in the future. Sometimes, situations that are impossible or improbable to happen. Also, it gives ideas of frustration.
• Iam busy next week. If I had time, I would come to your party.
I can't come.
• Jerry would help me with my homework tomorrow if he didn't have to work.
He has to work tomorrow....