Thursday, 17 March 2016

Second Conditional - Part 1

Second Conditional - Part 1

The pattern of the Second Conditional is as follows:

If + (Simple Past Tense), would + (Base Verb). 


1. We use the Second Conditional when we talk about the situation is impossible or it is unlikely to happen.

Examples

1. If I had one million dollars, I would buy a Ferrari.

2. If we knew how to solve the problem, we would help you.

3. If you quitted smoking, you would feel better. 



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