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Will or would

20 Nov

Underline the best form in each sentence.

  1. I wouldn´t /won’t do that if I were you.
  2. I would/will give you a call as soon as I get there.
  3. I would /will help me if I knew what to do.
  4. What time will/would you be back?
  5. I won’t/wouldn’t be surprised if he failed the exam.
  6. Sorry, she can’t talk to you at the moment, but she will/would call you back in an hour.
  7. If I could, I will/would travel around the world.
  8. Will/would you move to a bigger house if you had enough money?

 

Answer

  1. I wouldn´t do that if I were you.
  2. I will give you a call as soon as I get there.
  3. I would help me if I knew what to do.
  4. What time will you be back?
  5. I wouldn’t be surprised if he failed the exam.
  6. Sorry, she can’t talk to you at the moment, but she will call you back in an hour.
  7. If I could, I would travel around the world.
  8. Would you move to a bigger house if you had enough money?

 

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What would you do …?

18 May

What would you do if …

  • you had $1 million?
  • you were the president of your country? What changes would you make?
  • you were a famous singer?
  • you could speak Russian?
  • you were married (or single)?
  • you had five children?
  • you lived on an island in the Pacific?
  • you could choose a country to live in? What country would you choose and why?

Second Conditional

16 May

 Second Conditional

 

 If-clause

 Main clause

 Used to talk about unreal situations

 If everybody spoke the same language,

 If I were you,

If I could drive a car,

 It would be easier to communicate with other people.

 I would take a taxi.

I would give you a lift.