If you had found Daway earlier, you would have passed the FCE exam sooner! Does it ring a bell? (te suena?)
Yep, this is a new class of the B2 FCE course. And today I’m going to teach you how to use the famous, super classic third conditional. Si me hubieses avisado…si me lo hubieses dicho….habría ido…etc. One of the cornerstones of a proper FCE exam. It will surely appear in the exam and it’s one of those things you have to be confident about.
So let’s look at it
What you will learn today – The third conditional in English
What a basic conditional sentence looks like
What the third conditional is and how it works
Correct pronunciation of the third conditional forms
How to use it to get a good mark in your FCE exam
Always practise what you hear
That’s it, you got it. That’s all you need to know about the famous third conditional. Now you are a true master of conditionals (here you have links in case you want to revise the zero/first and second conditionals). Well done, this has been a good class and I’m sure you will now, gradually, start to be aware of this grammar structure. And little by little, as you live English (real English, spoken and written) you will add it to your repertoire.
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See you round