ADVANCED 3 – 2014

YOGI BEAR   –    THIRD  CONDITIONAL

 

GAMES  TO  PRACTICE  CONDITIONALS

 

http://eslgamesworld.com/members/games/grammar/fling%20the%20teacher/conditionals/conditionals%20practice.html

 

Conditional sentences commenting on the story

 

 

Condition Result Analysis
If he hadn’t met Ludmilla,  none of this would have happened imaginary situation in the past (i.e. the opposite of what really happened) + past result
If he had been able to speak Russian, he might have found a job in Russia. imaginary situation in the past + past result. ‘Might’ not ‘would’ because the result is only possible, not definite.
If he hadn’t sold his house, he wouldn’t be homeless now.  imaginary situation in the past + present result(NB wouldn’t be, not wouldn’t have been)
If he hadn’t given up his job, he wouldn’t be unemployed now. imaginary situation in the past + present result(NB wouldn’t be, not wouldn’t have been)

 

 

Story in the correct order

 

Last summer Tom went on holiday to Russia, where he met a beautiful Russian girl called Ludmilla and fell in love immediately.

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He decided to give up his well-paid job in London and sell his house so that he could live in Russia and be near to Ludmilla.

 

So he moved to Russia. But unfortunately, he couldn’t find a job in Russia because he couldn’t speak Russian.

 

Then Ludmilla left him so he returned to London but now he can’t find a job there either!

 

PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OR CONTINUOUS WITH VIDEOS

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