What if the world were not the way you know it? What if you could have done something differently in the past? To express these wishes, to express real and unreal solutions to problems face in the past and in the future, you need to use conditional sentences
A conditional sentence describes a real or imaginery situation, and uses words such as if, unless or wish. This is a common construction in English, and it would therefore be in your best interest to know how to use it correctly.
Are you confused by conditional sentences?
Do you have trouble figuring out which verb tense to use with them? If so, this Web Quest will try to help you out. Over the next couple of weeks, you will be able to distinguish between four different types of conditionals in order to become a better writer and speaker of English!
This is not all, you will also learn how to use new presentation tools and how to organize information easily.