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”

Second Conditional

We use the second conditional to talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or future. In the if-clause we use simple past or past continuous. In the other clause (consequence/result), we can use would, could or might. For the verb be we usually start our sentence with If + subject + were ForContinue reading “Second Conditional”

Future Perfect vs. Future Continuous

Future Perfect We use the future perfect (will have + past participle) to say something that will be finished before a certain time in the future. Future Continuous We use the future continuous (will + be + verb+ing) to say that an action will be in progress at a certain time in the future. Let’sContinue reading “Future Perfect vs. Future Continuous”

Tag questions

Tag questions are indirect questions that we often use to check something that we think is true. Example: Tag question: Your name is Mike, isn’t it? Direct question: Is your name Mike? How to form a tag question Auxiliary verbs Positive Negative be am, is, arewas, were am not, isn’t, aren’twasn’t, weren’t do do, doesdidContinue reading “Tag questions”