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Zero conditionals If clause The main clause Present Tense
EG. If you burn yorself, it hurts. Ice melts if you heat it. Life is expensive if you live in London.
First type If clause The main clause Will + infinitive Present Tense Imperative May, must, can + infiniteve
EG. If I go to London, I shall go by train. If you like Bach, you’ll enjoy this concert. If they are to win the football championship this year, they will have to buy some new players. Give me a ring if you are going to be late tonight. If you have understood this, we can go on.
If my car breaks down again, I shall sell it. If she does it, I shall be eternally grateful, though I doubt If she will. If you finish work early, we’ll go for a walk. If you are ill see a doctor! If you have finished your coffee, we can pay the bill. If you have enjoyed this evening’s concert, you will also enjoy next week’s.
Second type If clause Past Tense The main clause Would / could / might + infinitive
eg. If I had a garden, I would grow all my vegetables. If I were you, I would wait till tomorrow. You would be surprised if I told you the whole story. If I had to be an animal, I should choose to be a tiger. If I said a thing like that, he would be hurt.
If I had money, I would travel round the world. If I were you, I would take an umbrella. If I won £ 1, 000, I would buy myself a villa by the sea. If you did it well in the interview, you might get the job. If my car broke down as often as yours does, I would sell it.
Third type If clause Past Perfect The main clause Would / could / might + perfect infinitive
My father would have been very pleased if the Liberals had won the Election. If we had stopped, there would not have been a hope of getting here in time, so I’m glad we didn’t. If I had listened to that sort of music at your age, I might have been disappointed. If I had known you were coming, I should have baked a cake. If he hadn’t trained every day, he wouldn’t have won the race.
eg. If we hadn’t left so early, we would have missed the phone. If you had caught the bus, you wouldn’t have been late for work. If you had saved your money, you would have been able to buy a car. Had you brought a map, we wouldn’t have got lost. Had he known about the meeting, I’m sure he would have come.
Napravite rečenice koristeći he/she: eg: eat much / feel sick not listen to me / regret it jump / fall into the river take the money / spend it recklessly cross the bridge / escape find the ring / give it to you can / come smoke less / fell better stay / see him If he stay, he will see him
Završite rečenice: eg: If you open the window………. . If you open the window, you will hear your son. What will you do if ………. If she brings the book, ………. He will take an umbrella if ………. She will go to the party if ………. If they leave now, ………. We’ll be all right if ………. If you touch me again, ………. If I see her, ……….
Prevedite rečenice: Daj ovu poruku mom bratu ako ga vidiš. Ako ne dođeš na vreme, otići će bez tebe. Hoćeš li doći ako te pozovem? Ako pada kiša, nećemo ići na izlet. Šta ćeš da uradiš ako ti ne vrati novac? Ako sada odeš u školu, nećes zakasniti. Ako ona ode sada, biće joj žao kasnije.
Stavite glagol u pravi oblik: If he (come), everything will be all right. You (die) if you stay here. The police will help you if you (ask) them. If you (move) to London, you won’t see your parents so often. If you build it, he (come)! What I (say) if he rings up while you are out? If I get a job I (be able) to pay off my debts.
You will be responsible if something (happen). You can go to the party provided you (not come) home done. As long as you let me know what you would like to eat, I (do) the cooking. If I have any trouble with Peter, I (go) straight to the police. If she (tell) me the truth, she will have nothing to fear.
Stavite glagol u pravi oblik (II ili III tip kondicional) If I (know) the answer, I would help you. They (visit) you if they had time. Where you (go) if the door had been locked? If the soup (be) hot, it would be very enjoyable. What would you do if someone (call) you a fool? If you (smell) smoke in thy middle of the night, wouldyou telephone the fire brigade?
If I had a hammer I'd hammer in the morning I'd hammer in the evening All over this land I'd hammer out danger I'd hammer out a warning I'd hammer out love between my brothers and my sisters All over this land If I had a song I'd sing it in the morning I'd sing it in the evening All over this land I'd sing out danger I'd sing out a warning I’d sing out love between my brothers and my sisters All over this land If I had a bell I'd ring it in the morning I'd ring it in the evening All over this land I'd ring out danger I'd ring out a warning I'd ring out love between my brothers and my sisters All over this land Well I've got a hammer And I've got a bell And I've got a song to sing All over this land It's the hammer of justice It's the bell of freedom It's the song about love between my brothers and my sisters All over this land
If you go away On this summer's day Then you might as well Take the sun away All the birds that flew In the summer sky When our love was new And our hearts were high And the day was young And the nights were long And the moon stood still For the night bird's song If you go away. . . But if you stay I'll make you a day Like no day has been Or will be again We'll sail on the sun We'll ride on the rain And talk to the trees And worship the wind But if you go I'll understand Leave me just enough love To fill up my hand If you go away. . .
If you go away As I know you must There is nothing left In this world to trust Just an empty room Full of empty space Like the empty look I see on your face Can I tell you now As you turn to go I'll be dying slowly 'til the next hello If you go away. . . But if you stay I'll make you a night Like no night has been Or will be again I'll sail on your smile I'll ride on your touch I'll talk to your eyes That I love so much But if you go I won't cry Though the good is gone From the word goodbye If you go away. . .