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FIRST CONDITIONAL PICTURE GAME
 
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You have to be observant and use your intuition. Good luck!!! You will find the lesson plan and more fun activities here: www.funcardenglish.blogspot.com
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First Conditional - Conditional Sentences: I want to watch Pokemon! (A lighthearted ESL video story)
 
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Teach first conditional (conditional sentences) with this lighthearted video about a day in the life of a girl & her father, set for pre-intermediate level classes. If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTn2mTu4cDE Title of English / ESL Video: I want to watch Pokemon! Target English Grammar: First Conditional: – Conditional sentences / conditional clauses – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. Student Proficiency Level: Pre-intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: First Conditional – Conditional Sentences Approximate chronological order: 1st Conditional: – Elicitation of target grammar. Functions: – We use the 1st conditional to talk about a possible event or situation, in the present or the future, and its result or consequence. Uses: – Possibilities and uncertain events and situations with results and consequences. – Example 1: If I miss the bus, I’ll catch a taxi. – Example 2: If we miss the bus again, I’ll be late for my favourite show! – Future plans and invitations: If the weather’s good tomorrow, we’ll go to the park. – Offers and promises: If I finish my work, I’ll watch Pokemon with you. – Negotiations: If you help me make dinner, I’ll help you with your homework. – Threats and warnings: If you keep acting like this, you’ll be grounded for a week! – Polite requests: If you’ll give me a moment, I’ll be right there sweetie! 1st Conditional Forms: Statements: – If clause, + result clause – Also known as, condition clause + consequence clause, or subordinate clause + main clause / other clause. – If + any present tense, + any future tense. – Most common form: If + present simple, + future simple (with “will”) – Example: If + I miss the bus, + I’ll catch a taxi. Using “Unless”: – We can also replace “if” with “unless” in the if clause. – Example: Unless I miss the bus, I won’t catch a taxi. Switching the Positions of the Clauses: – Result clause + if clause – I’ll catch a taxi if I miss the bus. – No comma when the result clause comes first. Yes/No Questions: – If + present simple, + will + subject + verb (base form) – Elicitation from students. – Example: If + you miss the bus, + will + you + catch a taxi? – Short Answers: – Yes, I will. – No, I won’t. – Elicitation from students. Open Questions: – If + present simple, + wh-/how + will + subject + verb (base form) – Example: If + you miss the bus, + how + will + you + get home? – Elicitation from students. Summary of Functions and Uses Concept checking questions (CCQs)
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Learn If-Clauses (First Conditional) with "Hercules"
 
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Watch these scenes from "Hercules" and learn the first conditional in English.
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conditionals game
 
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I make up my first app Activity 8
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Conditional Card Game
 
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Third graders play a card game to learn about conditional statements in coding.
Views: 1251 Karen Kraeger
Conditional Sentences
 
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Theo explains. By the way, this video is about present or future situations, NOT the past. Rules for past conditional sentences are a little different (but not hard!). I'll add another video about it soon.
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Second Conditional If Clause: Fun, interactive & humorous ESL video to engage your students!
 
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Teach learners about second conditionals (conditional sentences) using this creative & engaging animated ESL video for intermediate level classrooms. If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qP-ROqRJ_X4 Title of English / ESL Video: Second Conditionals Target English Grammar: 2nd Conditionals: – Conditional sentences / conditional clauses – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. Student Proficiency Level: Intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Second Conditionals – Conditional Sentences Approximate chronological order: Rules and Explanations: – Elicitation of target language. Function: – To talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or future and their consequences. Specific Uses: – Elicitation of target language. – To express desires: If I were rich, I’d buy a big house. – In 2nd conditionals, we use were after any pronoun in the if clause. – Using was in informal language is still perfectly fine. – To give advice: If I were you, I’d buy a new phone. – For short we can just say the result clause: I’d buy a new phone. Could: – could = would be able to – Example: If I spoke Greek, I could ask Sophia out. If only…: – We use If only… to say that we want things to be different. – It has a similar meaning to I wish…, but with a stronger emotion. – Example 1: If only I were rich, I’d buy a big house! – Example 2: If only I spoke Greek, I’d ask Sophia out! – We often say this without the result clause. – Example 1: If only I were rich! – Example 2: If only I spoke Greek! – We don’t use If only… for giving advice. We only use it to express desires. Concept Checking Questions (CCQs) Form: – If clause, + result clause – If/Unless + past simple, + would + verb (base form) – If + I ate everything, + I’d + get fat. – If + I were you, + I’d + buy a new phone. Switching Clause Positions: – Result clause + if clause – I’d get fat + if I ate everything. – I’d buy a new phone + if I were you. Summary of Functions and Uses: – To talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or the future and their consequences. – To express desires. – To give advice.
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Practice the Third Conditional with "Once Upon a Time"
 
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Practice the third conditional with this scene from "Once Upon a Time", season 1 Episode 20.
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First Conditional - Tutor Time (English Grammar)
 
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In this video, we start by quickly reviewing zero conditional sentences and discuss about first conditional sentences. Conditional sentences are used when you want to talk about things that have high chance of happening. Wall Street English Tutor Time is a web series about learning the English language. Topics include grammar, vocabulary, idioms and misconceptions. The sentence structure is the following: If + present simple clause (verb 1) , ... will + present simple clause (verb 1) Subscribe and visit our page for new videos! Wall Street English Indonesia is on: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/wse.indonesia and Twitter - @wse_Indonesia Created by Cenmi Mulyanto
THE CONDITIONAL GAME
 
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This is a grammar game to practise the conditionals.
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Learn English With Movies Scenes - Conditionals
 
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Learn by watching this exciting, well-designed & interactive video for English learners about conditionals. Have fun and speak English now!
Practice the Second Conditional with "The Big Bang Theory"
 
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This scene from "The Big Bang Theory" is great to practice the second conditional. Have fun and keep improving your English! (The Big Bang Theory - Season 7 - Episode 7)
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FORM and USE of FIRST CONDITIONAL
 
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Unplugged - Conditionals with Cards
 
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Download the lesson plan at http://learn.code.org
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ESL / EFL Teaching Tip: Dating Game Activity for the 2nd Conditional
 
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This is Vai, a teacher here at Rennert, sharing a fun production activity for the 2nd conditional. Try it out in your class :).
Zero Conditional - Conditional Sentences: Creative & engaging animated ESL video for teachers to use
 
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Teach your students zero conditionals (conditional sentences) using this exciting, fun & interactive animated ESL video for upper-intermediate learners. If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gpvf2_Mrpg Title of English / ESL Video: Zero Conditionals Target English Grammar: Zero Conditionals: – Conditional sentences / conditional clauses – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. Student Proficiency Level: Upper-intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Zero Conditionals – Conditional Sentences Approximate chronological order: Rules and Explanation: Function: – To talk about things which are always true or things which always happen as a result of something else. We’re not talking about a specific event, but rather something which is generally true. Specific Uses: – Elicitation from students. – Facts: If I mix hydrogen with oxygen, it turns into water. – Elicitation from students. – General truths: If you fly with budget airlines, the drinks are expensive. – Routines and habits: Unless I’m late for work, I always catch the train. – Preferences: When I stir fry vegetables, I prefer olive oil. – Rules and laws: If you’re in class, don’t use your phone. – Cause and effects: If you eat too much junk food, you can get fat. – Superstitions: It’s bad luck if the groom sees the bride before the wedding. – Proverbs: When it rains, it pours! – 0 conditionals can also be used for specific situations: – To give instructions: If Bill comes here again, tell him I’m not scared of him! – To offer suggestions and advice: If you go to the beach, put on lots of sunscreen. – To make requests: If you go past the groceries store, get a few things for me please. Concept Checking Questions (CCQs) – 0 conditionals don’t talk about the past, present or future. They talk about things which are always true. Form: Statements: – If + present simple, + present simple – If + I mix hydrogen with water, + it turns into water. When / Unless: – We can use when or unless to replace if in the if clause. – Example 1: When + I stir fry vegetables, I + prefer olive oil. – Example 2: Unless + I’m late for work, + I always catch the train. Modal Verbs: – Modal verbs are common in 0 conditionals and can be used in either the if the clause or the result clause. – Example: If + you eat too much junk food, + you can get fat. Imperatives: – Imperatives are common in the result clause when we: – describe rules and laws: If you’re in class, don’t use your phone. – give instructions: If Bill comes here again, tell him I’m not scared of him! – offer suggestions and advice: If you go to the beach, put on lots of sunscreen. – make requests: If you go past the groceries store, get a few things for me please. Present Continuous / Present Progressive Tense: – Instead of using the present simple tense, we can use the present continuous / present progressive tense in either of the clauses. – Example 1: If you go past the groceries store, get a few things for me please. – Example 1: If you‘re going out, get a few things for me please. (Present continuous + present simple) – Example 2: If you eat too much junk food, you can get fat. – Example 2: If you’re overweight, you‘re probably eating too much junk food. (Present simple + present continuous) Present Perfect Simple Tense: – We can also use the present perfect simple tense in either clause. – Example 1: Unless I’m late for work, I always catch the train. – Example 1: If you‘ve caught the train during peak hour, you know how packed the trains are. (Present perfect + present simple) – Example 2: If you go to the beach, put on lots of sunscreen. – Example 2: If you‘ve been to the beach, you‘ve probably been sunburned before. (Present perfect + present perfect) Summary of Functions: – To talk about things which are always true or things which happen as a result of something: – Facts. – General truths. – Routines. – Habits. – Preferences. – Rules and laws. – Cause and effects. – Superstitions. – Proverbs. – Specific situations: – Instructions. – Suggestions and advice. – Requests.
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Friends - Grammar - Second Conditional, part 1 ('omnipotent' scene)
 
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http://friendsintheclassroom.wordpress.com/2013/04/22/grammar-second-conditional/
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(ESL) Introduction to the First Conditional
 
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This video provides a brief introduction to the first conditional.
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Third Conditional If Clause: Unlucky in Love (Comical Love Story - ESL Video) (Mixed conditionals)
 
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Follow the story of an unlucky couple who just can’t seem to catch a break! Teach third conditionals if clause & mixed conditionals to intermediate level students. If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. For the “No Music” version of this video, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAferLeJJHw Title of English / ESL Video: Unlucky in Love Target English Grammar: Third Conditionals: – Mixed Conditionals – Conditional clauses / conditional sentences – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. Student Proficiency Level: Intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: Third Conditionals If Clause & Mixed Conditionals Approximate chronological order: Rules and Explanations: Elicitation of example sentence: If I had won the lottery, I would have gone on a shopping spree. Function: – To talk about a hypothetical situation in the past which didn’t happen and its consequence. Specific Uses: – To criticize: If you hadn’t been so careless, you wouldn’t have had that accident. – Using If only… to criticize: (Elicitation from students) If only you hadn’t been so careless. – To express regret: If I’d known it was winter in America right now, I would’ve packed warm clothes. – Using If only… to express regret: If only I’d known it was winter in America right now! Could and Might: – Use could or might instead of would if you are less sure about the consequence. – Example: If I’d finished high school, I might‘ve got into university. Concept Checking Questions (CCQs) Form: Statements: – If clause, + result/consequence clause (main clause/other clause) – If + past perfect, + would + have + past participle – If + I had won the lottery, + I would + have + gone on a shopping spree. Contractions: – If I’d won the lottery, I would’ve gone on a shopping spree. – If I’d won the lottery, I’d have gone on a shopping spree. Switch Clause Positions: – Result clause + condition clause – I would’ve gone on a shopping spree if I’d won the lottery. *Notice that there is no comma when the clause positions are switched. Yes/No Questions: – Elicitation from students. – Condition clause, + would + subject + have + past participle – If you’d won the lottery, + would + you + have + gone on a shopping spree? – Answers: – Yes, I would’ve. (Yes, I would. – is also fine.) – No, I wouldn’t have. (No, I wouldn’t. – is also fine.) – Switch clause positions: Elicitation from students. – Would + subject + have + past participle + condition clause – Would + you + have + gone on a shopping spree + if you’d won the lottery? Open Questions: – Elicitation from students. – Condition clause, + wh-/how + would + subject + have + past participle – If you’d won the lottery, + what + would + you + have + done? – Switch clause positions: Elicitation from students. – Wh-/how + would + subject + have + past participle + condition clause – What + would + you + have + done + if you’d won the lottery? Past Perfect Continuous:- We can also use the past perfect continuous in the condition clause. – Example: If you‘d been watching where you were going, you would’ve seen my car. Present Perfect Continuous: – We can also use the present perfect continuous in the result clause. – Example: If you’d told me that you weren’t coming, I wouldn’t have been standing in the raining waiting for you! Mixed Conditionals: 2nd and 3rd If a hypothetical situation in the past has a present or future consequence: – 3rd conditional (past) + 2nd conditional (present/future) – If you’d packed some warm clothes, we wouldn’t be freezing to death right now. If a hypothetical situation which is always true and could have changed the past: – 2nd conditional (always true) + 3rd conditional (past) – If you weren’t so demanding, we could’ve just stayed at home. Summary of Functions and Uses
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ESL - Travel - Mongolia's manly games - First Conditional
 
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To signup for professional English lessons: http://liveenglishtutor.com/signup Facebook English Learning Groups: Learn Business English: http://liveenglishtutor.com/fb-business English Lessons For IT and Computer Programmers: http://liveenglishtutor.com/fb-programmers-IT Manufacturing Professional English Lessons: http://liveenglishtutor.com/fb-manufacturing Main Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LiveEnglishTutor/ Website Links: Take lessons and learn more: http://LiveEnglishTutor.com/about Business English Lessons: http://liveenglishtutor.com/Business English Lessons for Computer Programmers and IT Professionals: http://liveenglishtutor.com/Programmers-IT English Lessons for Manufacturing Professionals: http://liveenglishtutor.com/Manufacturing ESL Online Video Lesson - Travel - Mongolia's manly games - First Conditional Video Description: Every July, Mongolia hosts a series of games that draw in tourists from around the world. We will travel to Mongolia to take a look at these games. If you are an ESL teacher looking for a job then visit this list that is updated on a weekly basis http://brettutor.com/ESLTeacherJobs. You can signup for my ESL Teacher's List here http://brettutor.com/goto/job-list-signup to keep up with the latest news for online ESL teachers.
Unplugged - Conditionals with Cards - Lesson in Action
 
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This brief video provides an overview and model for teachers who wish to deliver the Computer Science Fundamentals Unplugged activity, Conditionals with Cards. Find the lesson plan here and deliver this fun and engaging lesson yourself: https://code.org/curriculum/course2/12 Learn how to deliver the entire CS Fundamentals curriculum through this online professional development for teachers: https://code.org/educate/professional-development-online Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/YVyT/
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First Conditional - Conditional Sentences: I want to watch Pokemon! (No Music)
 
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This is the "No Music" version. For the version with background music, please click here: http://oomongzu.com/pre-intermediate/first-conditional/ If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu Teach first conditional (conditional sentences) with this lighthearted video about a day in the life of a girl & her father, set for pre-intermediate level classes. WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. Title of English / ESL Video: I want to watch Pokemon! Target English Grammar: First Conditional: – Conditional sentences / conditional clauses – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. Student Proficiency Level: Pre-intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: First Conditional – Conditional Sentences Approximate chronological order: 1st Conditional: – Elicitation of target grammar. Functions: – We use the 1st conditional to talk about a possible event or situation, in the present or the future, and its result or consequence. Uses: – Possibilities and uncertain events and situations with results and consequences. – Example 1: If I miss the bus, I’ll catch a taxi. – Example 2: If we miss the bus again, I’ll be late for my favourite show! – Future plans and invitations: If the weather’s good tomorrow, we’ll go to the park. – Offers and promises: If I finish my work, I’ll watch Pokemon with you. – Negotiations: If you help me make dinner, I’ll help you with your homework. – Threats and warnings: If you keep acting like this, you’ll be grounded for a week! – Polite requests: If you’ll give me a moment, I’ll be right there sweetie! 1st Conditional Forms: Statements: – If clause, + result clause – Also known as, condition clause + consequence clause, or subordinate clause + main clause / other clause. – If + any present tense, + any future tense. – Most common form: If + present simple, + future simple (with “will”) – Example: If + I miss the bus, + I’ll catch a taxi. Using “Unless”: – We can also replace “if” with “unless” in the if clause. – Example: Unless I miss the bus, I won’t catch a taxi. Switching the Positions of the Clauses: – Result clause + if clause – I’ll catch a taxi if I miss the bus. – No comma when the result clause comes first. Yes/No Questions: – If + present simple, + will + subject + verb (base form) – Elicitation from students. – Example: If + you miss the bus, + will + you + catch a taxi? – Short Answers: – Yes, I will. – No, I won’t. – Elicitation from students. Open Questions: – If + present simple, + wh-/how + will + subject + verb (base form) – Example: If + you miss the bus, + how + will + you + get home? – Elicitation from students. Summary of Functions and Uses Concept checking questions (CCQs)
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First or second conditional? | Johnny Grammar | Learn English | British Council
 
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Test your English in Johnny's new quiz app for phones and tablets, on both iOS and Android! To download the "Johnny Grammar's Word Challenge" app for free, visit our LearnEnglish website: http://bit.ly/1tVk59X 1. The first conditional The first conditional refers to present or future time and talks about real situations or events. We use the first conditional to talk about the present or future. Form - 'If' / 'Unless' + present simple, 'can' / 'will' / 'may': I'll stop if it turns red. 2. The second conditional The second conditional also talks about the present or future but refers to imaginary or impossible situations and events. Form - 'If' / 'unless' + past , 'would' / 'could' / 'might': If I was rich, I'd have a car like that. In spoken English use 'were' or 'was' in the singular. When writing we use 'were': If I were rich, I'd be happier. The second conditional describes situations which are contrary to the facts: If I didn't have five children, I could afford a car. I wouldn't need to use the bus.
If Clause Type 1: Bella & the Three Stooges (No Music)
 
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This is the "No Music" version. For the version with background music, please click here: http://oomongzu.com/upper-intermediate/first-conditionals/ If you love our videos, please support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/oomongzu Watch the comical story of Bella and the three stooges and learn about the various forms of if clause type 1 for upper-intermediate level classes. WEBSITE: http://oomongzu.com For more creative, engaging and interactive animated grammar teaching videos, please visit our website. Title of English / ESL Video: Bella and the Three Stooges Target English Grammar: If Clause Type 1 (First Conditional / 1st Conditional): – Conditional clauses / conditional sentences – If clause + result clause / clauses of result – Also known as: – condition clause + consequence clause – subordinate clause + main clause / other clause – dependent clause + independent clause. – Imperatives – Modal verbs – Should – Future time clauses Student Proficiency Level: Upper-intermediate level grammar Suggested Courses: General English Instructions: – Play the video in class after delivering a warm-up activity first. – Pause the video whenever the narrator asks students a question to give students time to answer. For example, after elicitations and concept checking questions (CCQs). Summary of English Grammar: If Clause Type 1 Approximate chronological order: Storyline: – Starts and 0:00. Ends at 2:32. First Conditional: Function: – To talk about possible present or future situations and their consequences. Forms: Most Common Form: – If + present simple, + future simple (will) – Also known as: If + present simple, + will/won’t + verb (base form) Real Form: – If + any present tense, + any future tense – Or: – If + any future tense, + any future tense – Any present tense: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. – Any future tense: future simple (“will” or “going to”), future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous. Examples: – If + present simple, + future simple (will) – If + you do your job, + we’ll be on our dream holiday to Europe by tomorrow. – If + present simple, + future continuous – If + I have free time, + I’ll be seeing my friend. – If + present simple, + future perfect – If + Matthew stops bothering me, + I’ll have finished my assignment by tomorrow. – If + present perfect, + future simple (going to) – If + Matthew has broken into my house again, + I’m going to kill him! – First conditionals talk about present or future events. However, using the present perfect makes it a past event. – If + present continuous, + modal – If + you’re cleaning the bathroom, could you change the towels? – The function of this sentence is a polite request. This polite request is in the form of a yes/no question. – If + future simple (will), + future simple (will) – If + you’ll meet with me tonight, + I’ll take you somewhere special. – This sentence is both a request and an offer. Using “will” in the if clause makes the sentence more polite. This polite request/offer is in the form of a statement and not a yes/no question like the previous example. – If + present simple, + future perfect continuous – Elicitation from students. – If + you start now, + you’ll have been cleaning out this house for two hours by midnight. – If + present perfect continuous, + modal – Elicitation from students. – If + he has been following my orders, + he should be out any time now.
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Conditional Sentences Game
 
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Conditional Sentences Game with 1Bachillerato
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Giving Instructions: Second Conditional Game
 
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This video was made for the class “Introduction to Teaching Practice” taught at the Universidad de Sonora in the Foreign Languages’ Department as a closing activity for the Unit 3: Teachers. Its purpose is to show how to give instructions taking one or more teacher roles, which in this case would be "The Organizer". It is important to have in mind that this activity game can only be done by the students if they have learnt about the English’ 2nd Conditional, including the usage of could and might, besides wish making with this type of sentences. We hope you find this activity interesting and useful for your EFL/ESL classes. Team: Héctor Carrillo Brenda Baldenegro Enis Armenta Alicia Ríos Resources: 1 Board: (Download here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_AaVs8c5Ad3Qnc2STd6c1ZmTFk) 1 Set of cards: (Download here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_AaVs8c5Ad3cGlGZFgzWFFtX3M) If clause card (red), Result clause card (green), Make a wish card (pink), Advise card (orange), Uncerain result card (blue) 1 Dice 4 Tokens Music: By Scott Holmes -Against All Odds -Duck Pond Universidad de Sonora Foreign Languages' Department B.A. English Language Teaching
Katy Perry - Unconditionally (Official)
 
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Download "Unconditionally" from Katy Perry's 'PRISM’: http://smarturl.it/PRISM Official video for Katy Perry's "Unconditionally" directed by Brent Bonacorso and produced by Thom Fennessey, Danny Lockwood & Jess Bell; DP: Magdalena Gorka Follow Katy Perry: http://www.katyperry.com http://youtube.com/katyperry http://twitter.com/katyperry http://facebook.com/katyperry http://instagram.com/katyperry
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Second Conditional -Rules and Examples- (English Grammar)
 
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Let's study the second conditional. This pattern is used when we talk about unreal/imaginary situations at present. Even though you talk about "now", you have to use a past tense in the if-clause. This video lesson shows you many helpful examples. Key Phrase: “If + (past simple), ... would + (verb) ” - Check Out Conditional Master Series - First Conditional(Grammar): https://youtu.be/FxdxZ3tVVjY First Conditional(Practice): https://youtu.be/YcaeIMMS310 Second Conditional(Practice): https://youtu.be/bUjtMbZWpew Third Conditional(Grammar): https://youtu.be/4-lOkd4rEpk Final Test: https://youtu.be/wIks6_u1hqI Second Conditional Review Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUjtMbZWpew Talk to Sasha: Google plus: https://plus.google.com/110095683856342757669 For Studying Materials and Discussion: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SandJ-English-694018870698657/ Please Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGFpY_rBzn8zkmVZpOtXCsQ?sub_confirmation=1 Room Background Image: coroichi / PIXTA
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Learn English 34 - Climate Change
 
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Learn how to talk about climate change and global warming in English using the first conditional tense. In this intermediate English lesson you will see a student talking to a professor about climate change. Your teacher will teach you some important English vocabulary for talking about the environment. Start learning right away. Sign up for a free trial of Englishtown's online school at http://www.englishtown.com/online/home.aspx?&etag=E17957 . Looking to study abroad? Visit http://www.ef.com for more information
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TESOL-TEFL: teaching a second conditional grammar lesson
 
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Watch as Louisa from Global English TESOL leads a class through a lesson on the second conditional in English. See more in our online TESOL courses at: https://www.global-english.com/courses/tefl-tesol-courses-online/
Second Conditional Songs with lyrics
 
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Songs with lyrics on screen as examples of the use of second conditional
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Action-Conditional Video Prediction using Deep Networks in Atari Games: Informed Exploration
 
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A demo video of informed exploration. Action-Conditional Video Prediction using Deep Networks in Atari Games (NIPS 2015) Paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/1507.08750 Website: https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/junhyuk-oh/action-conditional-video-prediction
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Advanced English Grammar ESL Lesson - Conditionals
 
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Chalk 'n' Talk, available to download from http://www.businessenglishpod.com/category/grammar/, is a series of ESL video lessons exploring advanced English grammar topics. In this lesson, Brian reviews the three basic conditionals: first (probable) conditional, second (improbable) conditional and third (past improbable) conditional.
Second Conditional Song Worksheet
 
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This video was made as a warmer exercise for my intermediate group. Feel free to adapt it to your own class. I do not own the copyright to the music. SONG WORKSHEET SECOND CONDITIONAL 1. __________ you ________ my name If I _______ you in heaven? ____________ it ________ the same If I ________ you in heaven? (Eric Clapton – Tears in Heaven) 2. If I ________ a Rich Girl Na [x15] See, I’d ___________all the money in the world, if I ____________ a wealthy girl No man could test me, impress me, my cash flow __________ never ever ______ Cause I'd _________ all the money in the world, if I _________ a wealthy girl (Gwen Stefani – Rich Girl) 3. If I __________ a boy I think I ____________ understand How it feels to love a girl I swear I’d ______ a better man. I’d ________ to her 'Cause I know how it hurts (Beyoncé – If I were a boy) 4. ____________ you __________ if I _________ you to dance? __________ you _________ and never look back? __________ you ____________ if you ____________ me crying? ____________ you ___________ my soul tonight? _____________ you tremble if I ___________ your lips? _____________ you ____________? Oh, please tell me this. Now ___________ you __________ for the one you love? Hold me in your arms, tonight. (Enrique Iglesias – Hero) 5. If you ________ me a chance I _________ ________ it It's a shot in the dark but I'll make it Know with all of your heart, you can't shake me When I am with you, there's no place I'd rather be (Clean Bandit – Rather Be) 6. If I _______________ you things I did before, told you how I used to be ________________ you ___________ along with someone like me If you _____________ my story word for word, had all of my history _____________ you _____________ along with someone like me (Peter, Bjorn and John – Young Folks) 7. Saying I love you Is not the words I want to hear from you It's not that I want you Not to say, but if you only ____________ How easy it ________ ________ to show me how you feel More than words is all you have to do to make it real Then you wouldn't have to say that you love me 'Cause I'd already know What ____________ you _________ if my heart ________ torn in two More than words to show you feel That your love for me is real What _____________ you _________ if I _________ those words away (Extreme – More than Words)
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Conditionals with UNLESS - English Grammar
 
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This is the third lesson on conditionals. In this segment we look at conditional statements with "unless." Level: high intermediate.
Views: 280916 JenniferESL
PRESENT PERFECT PICTURE GAME
 
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You have to be observant and use your intuition. Good luck!!! You will find the lesson plan and more fun activities here: www.funcardenglish.blogspot.com
Views: 13078 FUNCARDENGLISH
For English teachers: Speaking game 'Colleagues'  -  Second Conditional
 
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Here you can download the materials in pdf: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By1dIh1IwzK-RnVjbnFYLUR2ZjQ/view?usp=sharing If you want to make a donation please use these information details: Paypal: [email protected] Sberbank: 4276 3800 2452 1630 Any help will be appreciated and will inspire me to make more videos with interesting ideas on a weekly basis. Thank you very much! Sincerely yours Empire of English.
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First, Second and Third conditional.
 
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Video creado por : Alejandra Paez , Angie Martinez , Diego Porras
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English Listening Practice: Improve your vocabulary!
 
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Want to practice your listening and learn some new vocabulary? In this video, you will play an English listening game. First, I will teach you some new vocabulary and review English prepositions which we will use in our fun listening practice. Next, you will listen to me describe a picture and you will draw the picture. At the end of the lesson, you can see how well you listened to my instructions. Are our pictures the same or different? You can listen to this video as many times as you like to get more practice and you can play this listening activity with your friends or classmates. Try my quiz at the end to see how many new words you remember. https://www.engvid.com/english-listening-practice-vocabulary-prepositions/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and today we have a great lesson plan for you. In today's lesson we are going to practice listening. Okay? We're going to practice listening, and we're also going to learn some new words, we're going to learn about shapes, as well as prepositions. Okay? So, in this video you will also get to do a listening activity and I'll explain a little bit about that in a moment. So first we are going to learn shapes, and these are some examples of shapes, then we are going to learn about prepositions. You might be wondering: "What is a preposition?" Well, a preposition is a short word like: "on", "above", "below". And after that we're going to do a listening activity where you're going to listen to me describe shapes and prepositions. For the listening activity you will need two things: A piece of paper and a pencil or a pen. This is an active video so you will actually be doing something while watching. Okay, so let's get started on shapes. So I have here some major shapes in English. We have a triangle, we have a circle, square, a heart, and this one is a star. In our listening activity later, you will be drawing a triangle, a circle, a square, a heart, and a star. Okay? So these are the words we'll be using in this video. We will also be using some prepositions. So a preposition is a short word that shows the relationship between two things. So that's confusing to a lot of students. An easier way I like to think about prepositions is they can... They can describe where something is. Okay? So they often answer the question of: Where? So, for example, I have here our triangle and our circle, and I have the preposition "on". So if we look at this, I could say: "There is a triangle on a circle." So: "There is a triangle on a circle." So we will be using the preposition "on" later in our listening activity. We also have "inside". "There is a triangle inside a circle." Another preposition is "outside". We can say: "There is a triangle outside the circle." So, here, the triangle is inside, whereas here the triangle is outside. So these are very common prepositions we use when describing where something is. Okay, we also have "above". So, "above" is a little bit different than "on". If you notice the circle, the triangle is on the circle, meaning it's touching, whereas when we're looking at "above" it can be touching, but it can also be just above. So it can touch or it can also just be above. So, for example, we have a triangle above a circle. Okay, now we have "below" and "under", two more common prepositions which we usually use in the same way. So we have here the circle. We can say: "There is a circle". Or actually we can say: "There is a triangle below the circle." Or: "There is a triangle under the circle." Okay? And now we have "to the right". We can say: "There is a triangle to the right of the circle." So notice how they're beside? This side is to the right, whereas this side is to the left. So if we look at the triangle, the triangle is beside the circle and it's also to the right of the circle. Now, compare this to "to the left". We have a triangle and a circle, and we can say: "The triangle now is to the left of the circle." Okay? So these two are opposites: "to the right" and "to the left". So these pictures help you understand these prepositions, which answer the question of: Where? So, again, we have: "on", "inside", "outside", "above", "below/under", "to the right", and "to the left". Okay, now, for the listening activity we are about to do, there are three more expressions that you will need. You will need to know: "in the center". Okay? So if I'm looking at this board, about here is in the center. Okay? So I can say: "My finger is in the center of the board." I can also say about corners. We have a corner, a corner, another corner, and another corner. Okay? So those are called corners. If I'm looking at my piece of paper from earlier, we have a corner here, a corner here, a corner here, and a corner here. So, what I can say is... If I ask you to draw something, I might tell you to draw something in the top corner, which might be here.
Factual Conditionals - English Grammar Lesson
 
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This is the first of several lessons on conditionals. In this lesson we begin with factual conditionals in the present. Level: intermediate - high intermediate.
Views: 708705 JenniferESL
Second Conditional
 
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Part 4
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Fun with English 3
 
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Topic: Future Real Conditional, English Grammar Subject: English Games English Grammar Level: Intermediate-Advanced Join me to practice your English and have some fun! We will play a game to practice the future real, or first conditional. This game is based on the famous book: “If you Give a Mouse a Cookie.” So if you want a hint, you will have to research the book. And please remember that this class will be on YouTube. If you are interested in private or small group lessons with Holly, please visit: http://www.hollytreeenglish.com
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fantasy story  conditional.wmv
 
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conditional 2 in a fun story
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The Second Conditional
 
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Homework Video about Second Conditional
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Controlled and Free Practice in Groups
 
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In this TEFL training video, students in a grammar lesson on the 2nd conditional make conditional sentences - and then talk about what they would buy. There is more on conditionals in our 20 hour online grammar course: http://www.global-english.com/courses/-tesol-training-tefl-training-tefl-courses-accredited-tesol-tefl/20-hour-english-grammar and in our tesol training courses: http://www.global-english.com/courses/-tesol-training-tefl-training-tefl-courses-accredited-tesol-tefl
Online Slots & Live Games
 
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Conditionals -- second & third conditionals (English Grammar)
 
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http://www.engvid.com "If I had watched the lesson, I would have known the answer." OH NO!!! MORE CONDITIONALS!!! Learn about the 'Second Conditional' and 'Third Conditional' in English. I'll teach you when we use them, and what the structures are. After watching the lesson, you'll be able to answer the question -- "What would you do if you had a million dollars?" Take the quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/second-third-conditionals/
Conditionals - Type 1 / 1st Conditional Sentences / If Clause 1 - English Grammar Lesson
 
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This lesson is about conditional sentences type one ( First conditional sentences) which express real or very probable situations in the present or future. General description of conditionals type one 0:02 form of conditionals type one 0:10 unless ( if not ) in conditionals type one 1:06 advanced conditionals type one 1:35 using should in if clause to show improbability 2:58
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Conditionals - Examples in Songs
 
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Pubg Forums Xbox Can Be Fun for Everyone

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