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 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

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✍️ Writing Practice

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