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Mixed conditional sentences in English

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Mixed conditional sentences in English

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Who is this course for

This course is for medium level and higher. 

If you aren't good with conditional sentences, then don’t rush to take the mixed types.

This course will work for you, If you’ve already passed the conditional sentences topic, but you’re not very good at it.

This course will appeal to those who like to break things down. 


What will you get after the course

After this course the complex topic of Mixed Conditionals will become clear and simple for you. You will be able to use these constructions in speech , or in your presentations in English. Also , you will learn relevant vocabulary about the environment.

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The more you elevate your level of English, the more complex sentence constructions you want to say or write. Though, to achieve this, it is necessary to master several grammatical rules, particularly the formation rules of Mixed Conditional sentences in the English language. They are essential for communication at the Advanced level.

 

Mixed Conditionals sentences: a few words about types and what they are like in English

First of all, it is important to know that conditional sentences in English are one of the types of complex sentences, where the subordinate clause describes a certain condition, and the main clause discusses its result or consequences. There are four types of conditional sentences, but today we will only focus on the mixed type. Their peculiarity and complexity lie in the fact that the subordinate and main clauses of the sentence are used in different tenses.

 

There are two types of Mixed Conditional sentences in the English language:

 

  • Sentences with the subordinate clause in the Past Perfect and the main clause in the present, with verbs such as would, could, or might with a bare infinitive without the particle to. An example of this kind of Mixed Conditional is: “You would already be fluent in English if you had signed up for language courses last year”.
  • The subordinate clause conveys general information or a fact about something that does not have any specific time span, and is therefore used in the Past Simple. The main clause of this type of conditionals, according to the rules, is constructed in the Past Perfect using the word would. For example: “I would have agreed to a photoshoot on a skyscraper if I wasn't afraid of heights”. 

Pay attention that in these conditionals, as in all others, a comma is almost never placed between the main and subordinate clauses. In particular, it is never placed if the sentence begins with the main clause. When the sentence begins with if, the main clause is preceded by a comma: «If you had spent less time in the sun, your skin would not burn». 

 

How to acquire the grammatical features of Mixed Conditionals and the rules of their construction with Booyya

On the Booyya platform, you can purchase a course that explains one of the most difficult topics in the English language in a concise and accessible way. This course contains rules and many examples to help you understand the unclear. Additionally, you’ll find:

  • explanations in Ukrainian;
  • interesting texts that you will definitely want to understand;
  • exercises that will help you remember new information better;
  • tests to check your progress.

This course is designed for students who are studying at the Advanced level and who want to consolidate their knowledge about the complex sentences. In addition to grammar, the course also covers new vocabulary dedicated to the topic of environmental protection – all material is relevant and includes names you read about on social networks every day. It only takes two days or even less to successfully complete the course.

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