The Mixed Conditional

There are two types of mixed conditional sentences. One of them states the present result of a past condition and the other state the past result of a present or continuing condition. Present result of a past condition Here we use a past perfect in the if-clause and would + infinitive in the main clause. … Продължете с четенето на The Mixed Conditional

Type 3 Conditional

Here we use a past perfect in the if-clause and would have + past participle in the result clause. If I had won that award, my life would have changed. If she had studied science, she would have found a better job. The Type 3 Conditional is used to talk about past situations that did … Продължете с четенето на Type 3 Conditional

Type 2 Conditional

Here we use a simple past in the if-clause and would + infinitive (bare form of the verb) in the result clause. If you asked, they would help you. If it rained, you would get wet. If you loved her, she would love you. If I had more money, I would buy a new car. … Продължете с четенето на Type 2 Conditional

Type 1 Conditional

Here we use a simple present in the if-clause and a simple future in the result clause. If you want, I will talk to him. If I see her, I will give her your love. If you finish on time, we will go to the movies. If it rains, the match will be cancelled. You … Продължете с четенето на Type 1 Conditional

If Clauses Introduction

If clauses are usually used to talk about uncertain events and situations. They often refer to a condition - something which must happen first, so that something else can happen. If you love me, I will love you. If you study well, you will pass the exam. If you marry me, I will make you … Продължете с четенето на If Clauses Introduction