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Intermediate
Teacher's language
Ukrainian

Conditionals. As Simple as that

grammar
conditionals
1 lesson
Conditionals. As Simple as that

Conditionals is one of the most difficult topics in English grammar. Sometimes we call them 'if clauses'. Conditionals are made using different English verb tenses and it really can be frustrating! For example, sometimes when you want to talk about Future, you need to use Present Simple. In some cases you use Past Simple to talk about Present. Confused already? 

No worries - in this course we will explain it to you in no time. 

Basically there are three types of Conditionals:

• First Conditional
• Second Conditional 
• Third Conditional

And each of them has a certain structure (or formulas). These structures are easy to understand and to remember. It will take you only one lesson to learn how to form  Conditionals. Let’s do it! 

This course includes a video lesson and a block of interactive tasks for practicing conditional sentences. Also you will find grammar materials and nice infographics inside the course

 

Course program

1 LESSON
We’ll understand, learn and practice the topic of Conditionals.
Complicated grammar in simple words. The examples you’ll remember easily, clear explanations in video lessons.

Tasks 

  • Interactive and convenient exercises to practice Conditionals.
  • You’ll easily check yourself and will be able to analyze your mistakes.

Revision

  • In the course you’ll also find convenient tables with formulas and rules about Conditionals, which you’ll be able to save or print and put before your eyes till the information takes root in your head.

 

Conditionals is one of the most difficult topics in English grammar. Sometimes we call them 'if clauses'. Conditionals are made using different English verb tenses and it really can be frustrating! For example, sometimes when you want to talk about Future, you need to use Present Simple. In some cases you use Past Simple to talk about Present. Confused already? 

No worries - in this course we will explain it to you in no time. 

Basically there are three types of Conditionals:

• First Conditional
• Second Conditional 
• Third Conditional

And each of them has a certain structure (or formulas). These structures are easy to understand and to remember. It will take you only one lesson to learn how to form  Conditionals. Let’s do it! 

This course includes a video lesson and a block of interactive tasks for practicing conditional sentences. Also you will find grammar materials and nice infographics inside the course

 

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Who is this course for

This course will be good for the Intermediate or the confident Elementary level.

Also, this course is for those who have already discussed this topic with a teacher or at courses but learned it not well enough.

If you already know First Conditional, but you aren’t sure about other types, this course will help you to understand the difference.

Teachers will definitely love the course because it is awesome to recall all the types of Conditionals.

What will you get after the course

Having studied the course, you’ll understand how to build the sentences with “if”, find out the croissant rule and learn how to differentiate First Conditional from Second and Second from Third.

 

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