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Chapter 6. Present Unreal Conditional (Continued) Wish-Clauses. Present Unreal Conditional (If ____would). Present unreal conditionals indicate a situation which is only imagined or in some-one's mind. More examples: If I had a million dollars, I would invest it in the stock market

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Chapter 6

Present Unreal Conditional (Continued)

Wish-Clauses


Present Unreal Conditional(If ____would)

  • Present unreal conditionals indicate a situation which is only imagined or in some-one's mind.

  • More examples:

    • If I had a million dollars, I would invest it in the stock market

    • If I had a pony, I would ride it every day.


Present Unreal Conditional(If ____would)

Example:

  • Do you think the boss would be angry if I went home early?

  • I wouldn’t go home early if I were you.


Present Unreal Conditional(If ____would)

SbS page 84

A.Do you think the boss would be angry if I went home early?

B.Yes, I do. I think she’d be VERY angry.

A.Do you really think so?

B.Yes. I’m positive. I wouldn’t go home if I were you.

A.I suppose you’re right.


Present Unreal Conditional(If ____would)

SbS page 84

A.Do you think the boss would be angry if I went home early?

B.Yes, I do. I think she’d be VERY angry.

I wouldn’t go home if I were you.


If I Were YouPage 84

1.Do you think Ted would be disappointed if I missed his birthday party?

A.Do you think Ted would be disappointed if I missed his birthday party?

B.Yes, I do. I think he’s be very upset/angry.

I wouldn’t miss his birthday party if I were you.


In class:

Side by Side

Pages 84-85 #1-12 (Due Tomorrow)


Continue….

Present Unreal Conditional

(If ____would)


To Tell the Truthpage 86

AI’m thinking of growing a beard. What do you think?

BTo tell you the truth, I wouldn’t grow a beard if I were you.

A.Why do you say that?

B.If you grew a beard, you’d probably look very funny.

A.Hmm. You might be right.


In class:

Side by Side

Page 86 #1-4

Due end of class


Wish-Clauses


Wish-Clauses

IIlived in NY.

Wewishwewere more athletic.

Youyoucould dance.

Theytheydidn’t live here.

Hewishesheweren’t sick.

Sheshe


Wishes page 87

Tom lives in Boston

He wishes he lived in New York.


Wishes page 87

A. Do you enjoy driving a taxi?

B.Not really. I wish I drove a school bus.

A.Does Mr. Miller enjoy being a teacher?

B.No really. He wishes he were an actor.


Wishes page 87

1.

A. Does Alice enjoy living in the suburbs?

B.Not really. She wishes she lived in the city.


In class:

Side by Side

Page 87 #1-9


  • Present Unreal Conditional

  • Wish-Clauses


Present Unreal Conditional

Example:

II’d

hehe’d

Ifshecould dance,she’dgo dancing.

wewe’d

youyou’d

theythey’d


Present Unreal Conditional

If my TV weren’t fixed, I could talk with my children.

If my TV weren’t fixed, I’d be able to talk with my children.


Wish-Clauses

IIlived in NY.

Wewishwewere more athletic.

Youyoucould dance.

Theytheydidn’t live here.

Hewishesheweren’t sick.

Sheshe


They Wish They Couldpage 89

A.Can Jeffrey cook?

B.No, he can’t . . . But he wishes he could.

If he could cook, he’d invite his friends over for dinner.


In class:

Side by Side

Page 89 #1-10


Why Do You Say That ?Page 90

A.You know, I wish my TV weren’t fixed.

B.Why do you say that?

A.If it weren’t fixed,I could talk with my children.

I’d be able to


Why Do You Say That ?Page 90

A.You know, I wish my son didn’t want to be a dentist.

B.Why do you say that?

A.If he didn’t want to be a dentist,I could convince

I’d be able to

him to manage my shoe store when I retire.


Why Do You Say That ?Page 90

  • The weather is going to be nice this weekend. :-(

  • Wear my new raincoat this Saturday

    A.You know, I wish the weather isn’t going to be nice this weekend.

    B.Why do you say that?

    A.If the weather isn’t going to be nice this weekend, I could wear my new raincoat this Sat.

    Or I’d be able to wear my new raincoat this Sat.


In class:

Side by Side

Page 91 #1-8


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