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conditionals

first, second, third qnd mixed conditional tensesin English

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What are the main parts in a conditional structure? "if" clause and "result" clause
In what order do they come? The order can be indistinct
What tenses are used for the first conditinal? Present simple in "if" clause + wil/won'tl and base form in result clause
What tenses are used for the second conditional? past simple for the if clause + would/wouldn't with base form for the result clause
Why do we use the first conditional? To talk about possible future situations
Why do we use the second conditional? To talk about hypothetical/imaginary present or future situations
Created by: Lisa65