Third Conditional

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We use third conditional sentences to talk about unreal (imaginary or hypothetical) past situations and their consequences.

We use the past perfect or the past perfect continuous in the if- clause (condition)

We use would have + past participle or could have + past participle or might have + past participle in the other clause (consequence/ result)

 Grammar Practice

Level of difficulty: ⭐

Put the words in the correct order.

 Speaking Practice

Level of difficulty: ⭐⭐

Student A:

  1. Choose one box
  2. Open the box
  3. Read the sentence out loud

Student B:

  1. Close your eyes
  2. Listen to your partner
  3. Make a sentence using the third conditional.

Student C:

Write the sentence on a piece of paper

Switch roles <>

✍️ Writing Practice

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