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second conditional downloadable exercises:
if clauses - type 0 - 1 - 2 -
It is useful both for revising and also comparing thosek three types. In fact I´ve prepared it for PRE-INTERMEDIATE students hope you like it :)
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 2475

This ws follows my FIRST CONDITIONAL ws and has the same layout: it´s a set of exercises to practice this if-clause structure.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1756

Conditionals-Wish/If only
A worksheet to revise and practise Conditionals and Wish/If only. It can be used along with http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=414480#thetop. BW version and Key included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 1136

The Second Conditional
It´s a worksheet to practise the second conditional. It has a short grammar explanation and three activities.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1071

Board Game - What would you do if...?
With this board game students will practise the second conditional. Please review necessary grammar before the game to make it a success. Encourage longer answers and stimulate discussion to improve fluency. (You might need to alter some of the ´adult´ questions if you´re working with young teens). Enjoy.
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 1048


second conditional
by martgert

Level: intermediate
Age: +10

Thi is designed to practice "if clauses"


Second conditional.

  1. If I (be) rich I  (buy) a castle.
  2. If she (spend) a month in London, she (speak)  English better.
  3. If they (have) a car, they (not take) the train.
  4. If the weather  (be) nice tomorrow, we  (go) to the country
  5. If Sally  (work) harder, she  (get) better marks.
  6. If these people  (be) more polite, they  (not make) such a noise
  7. If we  (go) to Australia, we  (send) you a postcard.
  8. If it  (not be) so cold, we  (take) a walk.
  9. If you  (not eat) so many candies, you  (not be) sick !
  10. If they  (listen) to me, they  (not ask) what to do.



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