Posted by: a2cristina | March 15, 2019

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES – SPEAKING

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES 

FIRST CONDITIONAL

 

  1. What will you do if you pass all your exams at the end of the school year?
  2. What will you do if you happen to meet an old boyfriend / girlfriend of yours at Christmas?
  3. What will you do if you happen to oversleep tomorrow?
  4. What will you do if you happen to be caught in a traffic jam and not be able to come to class on Monday / Tuesday?

 

SECOND CONDITIONAL

 

  1. What would happen if scientists were to find a cure for AIDS and cancer?
  2. Should Maduro resign, what would happen?
  3. Were you to find out your boyfriend / girlfriend / husband / wife is cheating on you, what would you do?
  4. Were you to get an awful Christmas present from your mother-in-law, would you tell her how you felt about it?
  5. Were you to be called names in front of a large number of people, what would you do?

 

THIRD CONDITIONAL

 

  1. What would you have done if
  • you hadn’t come here today?
  • You hadn’t decided to learn English?
  • You had had time this week?
  • You had been born a member of the opposite sex?
  • You had followed your parents advice?
  • You had won the lottery recently?
  • You had found 500 Euros on your way here today?
  • You had met an alien from outer space on your way here?
  • You had met your great-great-grandparents?
  • You had lived in the 19th Century?
  1. What would you have worn if you had been to a party yesterday evening?
  2. What would your parents have done if you had been born a member of the opposite sex?
  3. What would have happened if America had not been discovered yet?

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