This post starts with a video where you will find clear explanations of how to form the three types of conditional sentences and mixed conditionals.
It is followed by some exercises.
- First and second conditionals: a gap filling exercise.
- Second and third conditionals: two multiple choice exercises + a gap filling exercise.
- First, second and third conditionals: a multiple choice exercise.
- Mixed conditionals: two multiple choice exercises + a gap filling exercise.
- All types: a gap filling exercise.
Sunday 13th was kindness day. Have a look at our kindness calendar on the tree outside the library.
How does Spain compare to other countries regarding work-life balance? Do some research online to comment in class.
Watch the video below and be ready to summarise the main ideas and say whether you agree with the speaker.
Watch (and read, if needed, by allowing subtitles) the story of the unsolved crime committed by D.B. Cooper.
Read the description of the crime, think what the name of the crime is and flip the card to check whether you were right.