Third Conditional

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 clauseContinue reading “Third Conditional”

Conditionals and Future Time Clauses

We use the zero conditional to talk about something that is always true or always happens as a result of something else. You can use the simple present, present continuous or present perfect in either clause. We use the first conditional to talk about something that will probably happen in the future. You can useContinue reading “Conditionals and Future Time Clauses”