The second conditional in English goes like this: “If I spoke more English, I’d be a more fluent speaker.”. It’s used to describe possible, but unlikely, future events if a condition is met. It is unlikely or impossible that the condition will be met. Just like “If I ate before I went out drinking, I’d […]
If you watch this week’s video, you’ll learn about a very import aspect of English: The First Conditional. It’s a very positive piece of grammar because we can use it to describe things that will happen if a condition is met. The key thing to remember is that it’s the probability of condition, that’s the […]
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