Conditionals
Wish, would rather, if only
Reporting
Articles
Topic
100

3 examples of second conditional.

e.g.

"If I had money, I'd buy a house"

"If they had a car, they could travel more often"

"We might watch a film if we had some time left"

100

3 wishes about the present.

e.g.

I wish I could go outside.

They wish I visited more often.

We wish you were more friendly.

100

Report using 'say' AND 'told':

Thomas stole from the gift shop!

He/she said Thomas stole from the gift shop.


He/she told me Thomas stole from the gift shop.


100

When do we use no article?

When we are talking about things in general.

100

A picture is worth more than a thousand words.

200

3 examples of third conditional.

e.g.
"He would have called if you had given him your number"

"Mom would have made dinner if you had told her you were coming"

"I would have master this if I had practiced more."

200

3 wishes about the past

e.g.

I wish I had closed the windows before the rain.

Delilah wishes she had moved to England.

Do you wish you had studied more?

200
Change into passive reporting:


People believe the world is flat!

It is believed that the world is flat.

200

When do we use "THE"?

When we are talking about specific things, something that was mentioned before, unique things, professional groups, some countries, decades

200
Dependency on fossil fuels.
300

Explain the difference between second and third conditional.

Both conditionals deal with hypothetical situations.

However, the second conditional is used for present or future situations, whereas the third is used for past situations.

300

What's the difference between prefer, would prefer and would rather?

300

Change into passive reporting (past belief about future event):

People think that the winter will be harsh.

People thought that the winter would be harsh.

300

Name 3 countries which take "the".

The USA, the Philippines, the UK, the Netherlands, the UAE, the Republic of Ireland

300

Climate change is not real.

400

3 examples of mixed conditonal

e.g.
"If I had time, I would have painted my house"

"If they hadn't worked so hard, they wouldn't be tired"

"Would you have made the same choices if you knew what you know now?"

400

What is the difference between wish and if only?

Both can express wish and regrets.

The difference is that "wish" requires 2 subjects.

400

Report the sentence using "blame":

You didn't do what you promised!

He/she blamed me for not doing what I promised.
400

Correct this sentence:

The people can be very stubborn.

People can be very stubborn.

400

Good news doesn't sell.

500

Correct this sentence:

"I would have read more if I have known about the test!"

"I would have read more if I had known about the test"
500

Correct the sentence:

I would rather you stop doing this.

I would rather you stopped doing this.

500
Report these 3 sentences using the correct reporting verb:


I'll help you!

I can drive you there.

Do you want to come to the party?

He/she promised to help me.

He/she offered to drive me there.

He/she invited me to go to the party.

500

Correct the sentence:

I was born in 80's.

I was born in the 80's.

500

Space exploration is futile.

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