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GROUP 7

ADE REZKI FEBRIADI 1009015042 AZMI OKTAVIANUR 1009015037 M. TRI MUSWIRA 1009015056 WAHYUDI 1009015023

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
Conditional Sentences are also known as Conditional Clauses or If Clauses. They are used to express that the action in the main clause (without if) can only take place if a certain condition (in the clause with if) is fulfilled.

There are three types of Conditional Sentences


1. CONDITIONAL I 2. CONDITIONAL II 3. CONDITIONAL III

CONDITIONAL I
Used to express a supposition that is made based on the facts in the present or the future and this modality could happen TENSE : PRESENT IF CLAUSE : IF + S + V1 MAIN CLAUSE : S + will + V1 FACT : FUTURE

example
If he studies hard he will pass the exam. (it is possible that he will pass the exam)

If azmi use gatsby he will look so cool. (it is possible that azmi will look so fantastic)

CONDITIONAL II
Used to express unreal situations in the present or the future. This type is used to express a wish. TENSE : PAST IF CLAUSE : IF + S + V2 MAIN CLAUSE : S + would + V2 FACT : PRESENT

example
If he studied hard he would pass the exam. (he doesnt study, so he doesnt pass the exam) If azmi used gatsby he would look so cool (he doesnt use gatsby, so he doesnt look awesome)

CONDITIONAL III
Used to express a condition in the past are not likely to happen again. Often used to criticize or regret TENSE : PAST PERFECT IF CLAUSE : IF + S + had + V3 MAIN CLAUSE : S + Would have + V3 FACT : PAST

example
If he had studied he would have passed the exam. (he didnt study, so he didnt pass the exam) If azmi had used gatsby he would have look so cool (he doesnt use gatsby, so he doesnt look awesome)

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