ESL english: Lyrics VAYA CON DIOS - For You

VAYA CON DIOS


For You Lyrics
Angel, for you
There's nothing she wouldn't do
She'd give you the moon
Wrapped in the morning drew
Her love is so strong
You could never do no wrong
When the damage is done
You know she'll excuse you
Afraid to lose you
Chorus
You've always been her little boy
Her joy and her pride
She watched you smashing up for your toys
Now you smash up your life
But rememer, baby
It was all for you, baby
Baby, for you
There's nothing she wouldn't do
She'd give you the moon
When you don't want her to
Chorus
Only for you

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ESL grammar level C1 & C2: Conditional Sentence Mixed Conditionals in English

Mixed Conditionals in english

Uses:
  • Hypothetical conditions in the past and their result in the present.
    • You might not be in so much trouble if you hadn't started gambling.
  • Hypothetical conditions in the present and their result in the past.
    • If i were you, I would have made Paule buy own lottery ticket.
Inverted Conditionals in english

Uses:

  • More formal form of the first conditional (with should).
    • Should the drought continue? many people will be forced to leave their villages.
  • More formal from of the second conditional.
    • Were we to stop using fossil fuels tomorrow? it would still take decades for the planet to recover.
  • More formal form of the third conditional
    • Had Charles Darwin not visited the Galapagos Islands? he might never have developed his theory of evolution.

ESL grammar level C1 & C2: Conditional Sentence Third Conditional

The Third Type conditional in english



Uses:
  • Hypothetical conditions in the past and their results in the past.
    • A lot of more people would have been trapped by the flood if there hadn't been aa warning.
Instead of would in the result clause in the third conditional you can use:
  • might
  • could
  • should
If you hadn't had a lot of luck, you could have lost all your money.

Form: If+past perfect, would have + past participle 


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ESL grammar level C1 & C2: Conditional Sentence Second Conditional

The Second Type conditional in english



Uses:
  • Hypothetical conditions in the present or future and their hypothetical results or in the present or future.
    • What  would  the local goverment do if there was an earthquake in the area?
Instead of would in the result clause in the second conditional you can use:
  • might
  • could
Form: If+past simple/past continuous, would + bave infinitive 


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ESL grammar level C1 & C2: Conditional Sentence First Conditional

The First Type conditional in english.



Uses:

  • Real conditional in the preset or future and their results in the present or future
    • If  we continue to pollute our planet? future generation will suffer.
  • To give conditional instructions
    • If the people from Greenpeace call, tell them I'll call them back later.
Instead of will in the result clause in first conditional you can use:
  • be going to
  • can
  • could
  • may
  • might
  • shall
  • should
  • have to
  • ought to
Form: If+present tens, will 
We  might prevent disaster if we change the way we live now.

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ESL grammar level C1 & C2: Conditional Sentence Type Zero

Zero conditional

Uses: General or scientific facts and difinitions. Rules. Cause and effect. Routine.
Form: (If/When/Whenever+ present tens, present tense).
Example Conditional Sentence:

Rules:
If you take your cell phone into class, it must be turned off.
If you drink alcohol, don’t drive.
Do not use a calculator when you write the test.

Scientific Facts and General Truths:
If you heat ice, it melts.
If you heat water to 100 degrees Celsius, it boils.
If you drop something, it falls.
When you combine oil and water, they do not mix.
If you burn fossil fuels, carbone dioxide is produced.

Cause and Effect:
If you push the button, the volume increases.
If you close the door, it locks automatically.
The computer turns off when you disconnect the battery.

Routin:
I wear my boots when I work.
She uses glasses when she drives.
When I cook, I use olive oil.

Exercise:
https://elt.oup.com/student/solutions1stedition/preint_unit_page/unit6/grammar/exercise2?cc=ru&selLanguage=ru





ESL grammar: Conditional Sentence Type 1, 2, 3 in English

It's quite difficult subject for me. Let's try to understand it. But there are only three types of Conditional Sentences.



Conditional Sentences are also known as Conditional Clauses or If Clauses. They are used to express that the action in the main clause (withoutif) can only take place if a certain condition (in the clause with if) is fulfilled. There are three types of Conditional Sentences.