Basic English: CONDITIONAL SENTENCE

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CONDITIONAL SENTENCE

Now-a-days, most of the countryside students (not all) are being taught Conditional Sentences in the method of 

1st conditional, 

2nd conditional and 

3rd conditional sentences.

They are achieving it by the help of their teachers’ teaching method. 
Well, here I’ll highly request the students to learn the actual conditional. 

To express your (students’) habitual or command or imaginary conditional, learning 1st, 2nd or 3rd conditional sentence can’t help you completely. To do so, you will have to have proper knowledge of conditional sentence. 

Never mind. Here I am requesting you (students) to learn conditional sentences in the proper way please. 
Today, I am going to inform you (those students) about ‘Conditional Sentence’. 
A sentence that has condition is called Conditional Sentence.
There are essentially 2(Two) kinds of Conditional sentences and they are:
1. Real Conditional
2. Unreal Conditional 
□ Real Conditional is divided into 3 activities and they are:
(i) Future Conditional – If you come, I’ll help you.
(ii) Habitual Conditional – If you have time, you enjoy film.
(iii) Command Conditional – If you see Monica, tell her to come. 
Again,
□ Unreal Conditional is divided into 3 activities and they are:
(i) Imaginary Conditional – If I were you, I wouldn’t do it.
(ii) Present Conditional – If you all were present, it would be better.
(iii) Past Conditional – If you all had been present, it would have been better. 
I think, all educators should educate their students in the proper way to make them actual students.

 

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