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Engleski za drugu godinu @gimngm, profesor Dragana Stefanović

Engleski za drugu godinu @gimngm, profesor Dragana Stefanović

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OBLIGATION

MUST | strong obligation, advice, sugestion
HAVE TO | general obligation
SHOULD | mild obligation
I`ve got hiccups. You must drink a glass of water.
My parents have to work six days a week.
I`ve got a bad tootache. I must make an appointment with the dentist.
I can`t come to work tomorrow morning because I have to see the dentist at ten o`clock.
You really must go to the church next Saturday, you haven`t been for ages.
Catolics have to go to church on Sundays.
I have a brother
I have got a brother

Ill sick, morbid, throw up

Joint
To sneeze
To blow your nose
Swollen glands
Swallow
Recipe

Must can, could
Main Future Simple, Imperative, Modals
If The Present Simple
Sentence Clause If it rains, bring umbrella/ if it rains, you must bring umbrella!

THE CONDITIONALS
Type
If Main
Centrainty
zero
If you heat water
If he has the money
Cause
Present Simple
It boils.
He buys the bike.
Effect
Present Simple
Fact
I
If he has the money
Present Simple
He will buy the bike
He can buy the bike.
Future Simple, Imperative
Modals
Real
II
If he had the money
Past Simple

He could buy the bike.
would
might

Possible
III
If he had had the
money
Past Perfect

He could have bought the bike.
would
might

Unreal
THE SECOND CONDITIONAL
If Main
Centrainty

The Past Simple Would Might Could

If I were
the
president,

+ infinitive
Iwould…
Possible
PREPARATION
ICOMPLETE:

If you knew him better, …
I would invent the story if
Putt on your jacket if …
If I were taller, …
He would leave home if …
I would have called the police if …
If you took a taxi …
Be patient if …

II CORRECT THE MISTAKES:

If I knew the customer, I`ll tell you.
It would make him happy if she replied to the message.
Close the door if you left.

If I were a teacher, students wouldn´t have had tests.
If Mrs. Smith doesn´t come, I would invite you.
If I had met your aunt last year, I wouldn´t recognize her.
She would invited the guests if she organized the party.
III TRANSLATE THE SENTENCES:

Акп дпбијем нпвац, латићу ти иће.
Отишап бих на мпре пвпг лета, када би ми рпдитељи дали нпвац.
Акп хпћеш нештп да видиш, пбриши напчаре.
Да имам дпста нпваца, не бих знала шта ћу са оим.
Акп напрнп радиш, усећеш!
Да сам имап времена, псетип бих музеј.
Објаснићу ти у чему је рпблем акп мпгу да се сетим детаља.
Да вплим да читам коиге, ишап бих у библиптеку.
Да сам разумела итаое, ја бих пдгпвприла.

IV COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING THE APPROPRIATE FORM OF VERBS HAVE TOOR SHOULD:
I don´t think you______________________ read that book. It isn´t very good.
You______________________ show your passport at the airport.
If you want to learn English, you______________________find an English per friend.
VCOMPLETE:

If it______________________ (rain) she will get wet.
My aunt would be able to help me if she______________________ (be) here.
If we______________________ (have) some bread and ham, we could make some sandwiches.
If you had asked him, he______________________ (tell) you.
If it______________________(be) convenient, let´s meet at six o´clock.
This soap______________________ (taste) better if it______________________ (have) more
salt in it.
If it______________________ (rain) tomorrow,______________________ (bring) an umbrella.
If I______________________ (be) a sailor, I______________________ (travel) all over the
world.
If I were offered the job, I think I______________________ (would take) it.

THE THIRD CONDITIONAL
Једини кпндиципнал кпји се ревпди рпшлим временпм.
If Main
Centrainty

The Past Perfect Would Might Could

Have + III column
(verb + ed)
Unreal
I
If I`m fast, I`ll win the race.
II
If I were fast, I would win the race.
III
If I had been fast, I would have won the race.

She would have to (go) if she had known.
If Peter were older, he would have more sence.
I would show you how to do it if I knew myself.
If you read this text more carefully you would understand.
If it is nice tomorrow, I shell go to the park.
If he had waited, he won`t have found me.
You must visit Calemegdan if ever you go to Belgrade.
I would buy if it were not so expensive.
Ann______________________ (kill) herself if she always works so hard.
He will be sick if he____ __________________ (eat) so much.
If his car______________________ (break, not) down, he would have cought this.

OBLIGATION

Should | mild
Have to | authority
Must | inner, strong

Conditionals

If you work hard, you`ll earn some extra mmoney.
If you worked hard, you could/would/might earn some extra mmoney.
If you had worked hard, you would earned some extra money.

Type
If
Main
Certainty
I
The Present Simple
The Future Simple,
Modals
Real
II
The Past Simple
Could, Would, Might +
infinitive
Possible
III
The Past Perfect
Could, Would, Might
have verb + ed
Unreal

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