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  • What if?

    Antonio Cortez and Oscar one of his brothers are talking on the phone. Oscar has a girl problem They're not planning a wedding, and Oscar doesn't have plans to buy matching engagement rings just yet, but who knows what will happen if Oscar follows Antonio's advice, maybe it could lead to a search to buy engagement wedding bands.

    1. Intro warm-up situation

    Narration

  • Hey, Oscar,

    what's up?

    Nothing... you

    know, I really like

    this girl, and I

    want to ask her

    out.

    So, what's the

    problem? Well, what if I

    ask her and she

    says no?

    Conversation

  • Why would

    she say no?

    Well, maybe if I

    were in a band,

    she'd go out with

    me. Do you want

    to start a band?

    No. You don't

    even play an

    instrument. That's

    crazy.

    Yeah. Well, I think

    her last boyfriend

    had a really cool

    car. Maybe if I had

    a nicer car, she'd

    say yes.

  • You're lucky to

    have a car.

    I don't know.

    She's really

    pretty. If I were

    better-looking,

    she might say

    yes.

    You look fine.

    You can't worry

    about that.

    Well, if I had more

    money, I could take

    her to a really nice

    restaurant. Hey,

    could I borrow some

    money?

  • No way, then

    she'd expect you

    to take her to

    nice restaurants

    all the time.

    Yeah,

    you're right.

    Look, maybe if you werent

    so nervous about it, she'd

    say yes. Just be yourself

    and ask her out. If she likes

    you, she'll go out with you.

    Yeah, you're

    right. I'll call

    her and ask

    her out.

  • 2. Answer the questions

    Write the correct answer to the questions.

    Questions Answers

    a. Who is Oscar?

    b. What happens with Oscar?

    c. According to Oscar, What would happen if he had a nicer car?

    d. What did Oscar say about his look?

    e. Will Oscar call and ask her out?

    Compare the following questions and identify the verb tenses:

    3. Language structure

    Great. I'll see

    you later. Let me

    know what

    happens.

    Okay... Wait

    Antonio. Wait. What

    if she says yes, but

    she really doesn't

    like me? Antonio?

    Antonio?

  • Compare

    If I enough money, I go to

    London.

    If time, She visit her

    parents.

    If I enough money, I go to

    London.

    If she time, she visit her

    parents.

    If I hard, I more.

  • Identify the antecedent and the consequence of each sentence

    Example:

    If don`t go to the movie, I`ll study my math

    Antecedent = I don't go to the movie.

    Consequence = I'll study my math.

    If they go to Australia, they will go whale-watching.

    = they go to Australia.

    = they will go whale-

    watching.

    If she a lot of candies, she fat.

    Identify

  • If she had a mobile, I would call her.

    = she had a mobile.

    = I would call her.

    She goes to see a doctor, If she doesn't feel well.

    = she doesn't feel well.

    = she goes to see a

    doctor.

    If I do exercise, I sweat.

    = I do exercise

    = I sweat.

    If you move here, we will see each other more often.

    = you move here.

    = we will see each

    other more often.

  • You'll live longer if you stop smoking.

    = you stop smoking.

    = you'll live longer.

    If Sarah didn't go with John, Anna would try to become his girlfriend.

    = Sarah didn't go with

    John.

    = Anna would try to

    become his girlfriend.

    I will only dance if they play my favorite song.

    = they play my favorite

    song.

    = I will dance.

    I wouldn't buy that computer if I didn't need it.

    = if I didn't need it.

    = I wouldn't buy that

    computer.

  • I'd lend you money if I had any.

    = if I had any.

    = I'd lend you

    money.

    Conditional sentences

    Conditionals in English express that the action in the first sentence or clause (without if) can take place if a certain condition (in the if clause) is fulfilled. There are many types of conditionals in English, but three of them will be explained. The 0, 1 and 2 conditionals. Conditional type 0- zero IF + SIMPLE PRESENT + SIMPLE PRESENT

    If clause Main clause

    If + Present tense Present tense

    If you cut your finger.

    You bleed.

    It is used for scientific facts or general truths. The word if expresses condition, the

    word when can also be used.

    Learn

  • If I exercise hard, I get tired. If she eats hamburgers, she gets an allergy. If I have time, I usually go to the movies. Conditional type I First conditional

    Used to talk about things which are possible in the present or the future. It is

    generally used for things which may happen, those facts could be real or possible.

    IF + SIMPLE PRESENT + SIMPLE FUTURE

    If clause Main clause

    If + Present tense will / can / may / must + verb

    If it rains today.

    I wont go to the University.

    If I have time, I'll visit my parents this afternoon. If she doesn't call you, you can call her. If you study hard, you will pass your exams.

    Conditional type II Second conditional

    It is used to talk about things which are unreal (not true or not possible) in the present or the future. It is generally used for things which don't or won't happen. It is generally used for things which may happen.

    IF + SIMPLE PAST + SIMPLE CONDITIONAL

    If FIRST verb in the sentence is TO BE, WERE is used for all persons.

  • If clause Main clause

    If + Past Simple Would / could / might + verb

    If I won the lottery.

    I would travel around the world.

    If I were in Brazil, I would go to Rio de Janeiro. If I had more money, I would buy a nice apartment. If I were him, I would go and see a doctor. If elephants had wings, they would be able to fly.

    In English, there are many words as Me with the vocalic sound /i:/

    See Seen

    Read (present tense)

    /i:/ its a long vowel sound which sometimes can be confused; watch the video by clicking on the following link: http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/pronunciation/mp4/vowel_long_1.mp4 Pronounce the following words and record your voice with the microphone.

    fleece /flis/ sea /si/

    machine /min/

    Pronunciation

  • Conditional connectors Conditional connectors are those that indicate condition for the realization of something. Some of them are:

    If

    Whether

    Unless

    Provided / Providing

    As long as

    In case

    Remember!

    In past conditional sentences in which the verb to be appears, the verb tenses was or were can be used indistinctly. Example: If I was /were rich, Id buy a yatch. The sentence that introduces the condition is placed at the beginning and it is followed by a coma. Example: If I were you, Id go. The word when can only introduce a conditional sentence in present tense, but not in past tense.

    Exercise 1. Complete the zero conditional sentences with the verb in brackets (Parenthesis). Use contractions where possible.

    1. If you press that button, the light ________________ (come) on.

    2. It's easier to sleep if _______________ (you / not / be) stressed.

    3. The teacher gets angry if ____________ (we / not / work) hard.

    4. If _____________ (I / go) on a boat, I always feel sick.

    5. His mother gets annoyed if ______________ (he / be) late.

    6. If _______________ (I / not / know) a word, I look in my dictionary.

    7. They play football if _______________ (they / not / have) any homework.

    4. Exercising

    Vocabulary

  • 8. If you freeze water, ______________(it / turn) to ice. Exercise 2. Complete the First conditional sentences with the verb in brackets (Parenthesis). Use contractions where possible. 1. If I ____________ (go) out tonight, I _____________ (go) to the cinema. 2. If you _____________ (get) back late, I ____________ (be) angry. 3. If we _____________ (not/see) each other tomorrow, we _____________(see) each other next week. 4. If he ___________ (come), I __________ (be) surprised. 5. If we __________ (wait) here, we ___________ (be) late. Exercise 3.

    Complete the Second conditional sentences with the verb in in brackets (Parenthesis). Use contractions where possible. 1. If I __________ (be) you, I ________(get) a new job. 2. If he __________(be) younger, he __________(travel) more. 3. If we ___________(not/be) friends, I _________(be) angry with you. 4. If I ____________(have) enough money, I ____________(buy) a big house. 5. If she ____________(not/be) always so late, she __________(be) promoted.

    5. Producing

    In this space, you will answer the questions by writing and recording your voice.

    This activity is available at the button

    Activities / Learning Activity 2 / Evidence:

    What would you do?

  • 6: Test

    In this space, you will present a test.

    This test is available at the button: Activities / Learning Activity 2 / Evidence: Test What

    if?

  • References

    BBC. (s.f.). Pronunciation tips from bbclearningenglish.com. Consultado el 4 de noviembre de 2013, en http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/pronunciation/mp4/vowel_long_1.mp4

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