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MED CD-ROM:
the ideal self-study tool

Learner training and vocabulary, pronunciation, language skills work outside the classroom

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Language Interference
Learner English and its uses

Why do Inspector Clouseau
and Ali G sound funny?

Focus on Language Awareness: Pragmatics
The key to avoiding slips
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New word of the month
'I know how to spell banana,
but I don’t know when to stop!'

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Create activities with SmartSearch: Conditionals > Main Article

Open Sentences

Activity

First conditional

If you fail the exam …
Nobody will think badly of you if …
If she is sent to prison, …
If we don’t get more money, …
If Pauline asks where I am, …?
If interest rates go up, …
If you see him, …?

Second conditional

If we could turn the clock back, …
It goes without saying that customers would be happier if …
If Luke paid more attention in class, …
It would be a pity if …
If it weren’t so late …
I would go mad if I …

Third conditional

She would have bled to death if …
That was close! We would’ve been in trouble if …
If anyone had started shooting, …
If it hadn’t been for your help, …
If I had known you were coming, …

See example answers