Thursday, 6 May 2010

Lecture Extra:Present Conditionals

As noted in the grammar section of class this week, there are two kinds of conditional sentences: real and unreal.

While, Real Conditional sentences, it was noted, related to real-life situations, Unreal Conditional sentences describe unreal, imaginary situations.

We also noted that while the various conditional forms might seem quite abstract at first they "are actually some of the most useful structures in English and are commonly included in daily conversations" []


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