"Условные предложения I типа в английском языке"

Автор: Скоркина Елена Николаевна
Должность: учитель английского языка
Учебное заведение: МБОУ гимназия № 10
Населённый пункт: г.Воронеж, Воронежская область
Наименование материала: методическая разработка
Тема: "Условные предложения I типа в английском языке"
Дата публикации: 26.07.2016







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Условные предложения I типа в английском языке

First Conditional Sentences
IF-CLAUSE MAIN CLAUSE
If
I
go
out, I’
ll buy
a newspaper.
If
you
don’t study
, you
won’t pass
the exam. If + present simple + will + infinitive without to This structure is called the “first conditional”. It is used when there is a possibility that a situation in the if-clause will happen in the future.
If
we
have
enough time, we’
ll visit
Robert. (Perhaps we will have enough time, perhaps we won’t.) This structure is also used when there is a possibility that the situation in the if- clause is true in the present.
If
you’
re
hungry, I’
ll make
you something to eat. (Perhaps you are hungry, perhaps you aren’t.) I CONDITIONAL SENTENCES № 1 1) If he (ask) me, I (help) him. 2) If you (not/study), you (not/pass) your exam. 3) If they (offer) you a job, what … (you/do)? 4) We (have) a picnic in the garden, if it (not/rain) tomorrow. 5) If he (pass) the exam, his dad (be) really happy. 6) I (have to) get a taxi, if the bus (not/come) in the next 5 minutes. 7) Peter (give) Jenny your message, if he (see) her this afternoon. 8) If there (not/be) any eggs at the village shop, I (go) to the supermarket. 9) My gran (be) very angry, if I (not/get) back by 12.00.
10) If I (be) hungry, I (eat) something. № 2 1) If you (drive) too fast, you (have) an accident. 2) You (not/get) better, if you (not/take) your medicine. 3) If you (not/stop) making that noise, I (hit) you. 4) If I (study) hard, I (learn) a lot. 5) If I (not/revise), I (not/pass) my exam. 6) Andy (be) sick, if he (eat) any more cake. 7) If it (be) sunny at the weekend, I (play) tennis. 8) If Kate (go) to London, she (buy) lots of souvenirs. 9) It (be) difficult to find a hotel, if we (arrive) late. 10) If you (not/be) careful, you (fall). № 3 Sam is thinking about camping holiday with his friends. 1) If it (be) sunny, we (sit) outside. 2) We (go) swimming, if the sea (be) clean. 3) If it (rain), we (need) an umbrella. 4) If the lake (freeze), we (go) skating. 5) We (make) a fire, if we (get) cold. 6) If the sky (be) clear, we (be able) to see the stars. 7) If Ann (be) late, we (go) without her. 8) If she (go) to bed early tonight, she (not/be) late. 9) If there (be) snakes there, the girls (be) frightened.
10) If we (be) hungry, we (cook) our dinner. № 4 1) If we (have) enough time, we (visit) Robert. 2) If you (not/wear) your coat, you (be) cold. 3) Tom (not/go) to school tomorrow, if he (not/feel) better. 4) If you (do) what I say, everything (be) all right. 5) If you (take) this umbrella, you (not/get) wet. 6) I (stay) at home, if it (rain). 7) If Jenny (go) out, she (buy) a newspaper. 8) If I (not/feel) tired, I (come) out with you. 9) If he (not/study) hard, he (fail) the exam. 10) If you (not/go) to bed now, you (be) tired in the morning. Key to exercises № 1 1 asks, will help 2 don’t study, won’t pass 3 offer, will you do 4 will have, doesn’t rain 5 passes, will be 6 will have to, doesn’t come 7 will give, sees 8 aren’t, will go 9 will be, don’t get 10 am, will eat
№ 2 1 drive, will have 2 won’t get, don’t take 3 don’t stop, will hit 4 study hard, will learn 5 don’t revise, won’t pass 6 will be, eats 7 is, will play 8 goes, will buy 9 will be, arrive 10 don’t be, will fall № 3 1 is, will sit 2 will go, is 3 rains, will need 4 freezes, will go 5 will make, get 6 is, will be able 7 is, will go 8 goes, won’t be 9 are, will be 10 are, will cook № 4
1 have, will visit 2 don’t wear, will be 3 won’t go, doesn’t feel 4 do, will be 5 take, won’t get 6 will stay, rains 7 goes, will buy 8 don’t feel, will come 9 doesn’t study, will fail 10 don’t go, will be