First or Second Conditional?

Sharwong 2012-07-20 16:34:52
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This practice activity is based on the American English File Unit 4a and 4b grammar section. Students must distinguish whether or not they should use First or Second Conditional based on prompt cards. This can be done in pairs or as a class mixer, where each student is given one card and then mingle with others.

First Conditional Use: to express real possibilities in the future/explain/give reason

Second Conditional use; to express unreal/highly unlikely situations in the present/future/give advice

This activity also touches on until/unless and wish.

Answer Key provided.

The present downloadable worksheet was created for business/professional students, high school students and adults at Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2) and Advanced (C1) level. It is a valuable material for developing your students' Speaking and Reading skills. The exercises come with answers.
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Upload date: 2012-07-20 16:34:52

Author: Sharwong

from Canada

I've been a teacher for the past 20 years and enjoy teaching adults using a variety of media resources. Lately I've been teaching Cambridge courses and have been interested in developing resources for FCE and CAE

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