Conditional mood explained in English with examples Lesson 50




 

In this English lesson 50 we explain,”Conditional mood”, in English

"Conditional mood"
All you need to know about “Conditional mood”, in english

Dialogue

1/English Sentence Practice

Hello come in, If you would like to undress we can start the scan.

If you become anxious during the scan you can press the panic button.

If people take a calmative before they go into the tunnel, they are often less stressed.

If you take one you will start to relax straight away.

It is alright I do not suffer from claustrophobia. I had a scan when I hurt my back a few years ago.

If I take a pill I will be sleepy all day. If you can get some rest I’m sure you will feel better.

John comes out from behind the screen and he lays down on the flat surface of the machine.

The machine starts and it is as if he is bombarded with noise.

He is not sure whether the bed is moving or the machine is moving over him.

He says to himself, if this goes on too long I will fall asleep.

The last thing John remembers is his wife coming in and greeting the doctor.

He wakes up to see two nurses smiling. It is the first time someone has fallen asleep in the scanner.

He says hello to the doctor. Is everything alright?

If I were you I would be relieved. You have a small problem with your appendix you appear to have swallowed a coin.

You will have to have it out sooner rather than later. It is slightly inflamed.

English Vocabulary

2/Vocabulary Practice

  • the conditional
  •  to undress yourself
  •  the scan.
  • to become anxious
  •  the panic button.
  • a calmative
  • the tunnel,
  • less stressed.
  • to start to relax
  • straight away.
  • It is alright
  • to not suffer from
  • claustrophobia
  • I hurt my back
  • a few years ago
  • to take a pill
  • to be sleepy
  • to get some rest
  • to come out from behind
  • the screen
  • to lay down on
  • the flat surface t
  • the machine.
  • to be bombarded
  • with noise
  • whether
  • He says to himself
  • to go on too long
  • to fall asleep
  • to remember
  • to greet
  • to smile.
  • in the scanner
  • Is everything alright?
  • If I were you I would be relieved.
  • to be relieved
  • to have a small problem
  • to appear to have
  • to swallow a coin.
  • to have it out
  • sooner rather than later
  • to be slightly inflamed.

English Grammar

Conditional mood

The conditional mood expresses a condition.

1/ conditional simple:

S + would + bare infinitive

we use it for something that might happen, something that is likely to happen

I would learn

She would win

They would lose

2/ conditional continuous or conditional progressive

S + would + be + present participle

focus on the length or duration of the action that might happen, that is likely to happen

I would be learning

He would be winning

They would be losing

3/ conditional perfect simple

S + would + have + past participle

something that might have happened, in the past

I would have learned

He would have won

They would have lost

4/ conditional perfect continuous

S + would + have + been + present participle

emphasis on the duration of the action. Focus on the course of that action that might have happened in the past

I would have been learning

He would have been winning

They would have been losing

Questions and Answers

English Sentence Practise

Would you like to come in?

I would but I haven’t time.

What would you do if you won the lottery?

I would be amazed because I don’t play the lottery.

What would you do if you were me?

If I were you, I would forget the whole thing.

What would happen if I took one?

If you take one, you will relax.

What will happen if we continue to pollute our planet?

I think the next generation will suffer.

What would the local government do if there was an earthquake?

I really don’t know, it’s such a hypothetical question.

What would’ve happened had they not been warned?

I think a lot of people would have been trapped.

What would’ve happened had I not started gambling?

You might not be in so much debt today.

What would you have done if you were me?

If I were you, I wouldn’t of been there in the first place.

What will happen should the drought continue?

If the drought should continue, many people will be forced out of their homes.

English Pronunciation

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https://youtu.be/7qOEuDs53-cHi and welcome, today let’s look at ashort vowel sound ik. Let’s get ready topronounce, the front of your tongue must be up in the middle of your mouth, your bottom jaw is slightly down, and your mouth must notbe too wide.Let’s practice, it, his,independence, India, inch, build, this, duty.

Let’s repeat,

it, his, independence, India, inch, build, this, duty. Now test time, how would you pronounce these words?cinema, building, Fifty.That’s it for today, see you soon.

Lesson 50 recap with Julia.

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Possessive form ending in s explained in English Lesson 34
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Superlatives and comparatives explained in English lesson 36
prepositions of time and place explained in English lesson 37
Spelling of adverbs in English explained in Lesson 38
question tags and tag questions in English explained in Lesson 39
present perfect progressive pdf explained in English Lesson 40
passive voice examples explained in English Lesson 41
passive voice exercises explained in English Lesson 42
Countable and uncountable nouns explained in English Lesson 43
Definite and indefinite articles explained in English Lesson 44
Modal verbs exercises explained in English Lesson 45
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Obligation, possibility, probability explained in English Lesson 47
Modal verbs perfect tense explained in English Lesson 48
Question tags exercises pdf and further explanations Lesson 49
Conditional mood explained in English with examples Lesson 50

Exercises Lesson 50

Comprehension Practice

Vocabulary Practice

Grammar Practice



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