What is the function of if clause?
The if-clause uses the present simple tense and the main clause is in the imperative. This is used to give advice or orders for particular situations or sets of circumstances.
What is the formula of conditional sentence Type 3?
If it had rained, you would have gotten wet. You would have gotten wet if it had rained. You would have passed your exam if you had worked harder. If you had worked harder, you would have passed your exam.
What are the 3 types of conditional sentences with examples?
5 Types of Conditional Sentences
|Conditional sentence type||When to use|
|Type 1||A possible situation and the result|
|Type 2||A hypothetical condition and its possible result|
|Type 3||An impossible past situation and its result in the past|
|Mixed Conditionals||An impossible past situation and its result in the present|
What are the types of if clause?
|Conditional sentence type||Usage||If clause verb tense|
|Zero||General truths||Simple present|
|Type 1||A possible condition and its probable result||Simple present|
|Type 2||A hypothetical condition and its probable result||Simple past|
|Type 3||An unreal past condition and its probable result in the past||Past perfect|
Has to and have to examples?
have to, has to in the Simple Present
|Pronouns||Affirmative sentences||Negative sentences|
|I, we, you, they||I have to get up early.||I do not have to get up early.|
|he, she, it||She has to get up early.||She does not have to get up early.|
What is main clause sentence?
noun Grammar. a clause that can stand alone as a sentence, containing a subject and a predicate with a finite verb, as I was there in the sentence I was there when he arrived.
Can we start a sentence with if?
The word ‘if’ can be used to begin a sentence. The word ‘if’ is a conjunction, a connecting word, and connects the idea presented with it to another…
What more if in a sentence?
John, a novice swimmer, was able to finish the race. What more if it were Michael Phelps who competed?
How many types of if clauses are there?
If clauses = main clause and if-clause. There are 3 Types: If clauses Type 1, If clauses Type 2, If clauses Type 3.
Which sentences is Type 2 if clause?
In type 2 conditional sentences, the time is now or any time and the situation is hypothetical….Examples
- If I were taller, I would buy this dress.
- If I were 20, I would travel the world.
- If I were you, I would give up smoking.
- If I were a plant, I would love the rain.
Would and used to examples?
Used to and would are both use to describe something that happened regularly in the past but doesn’t happen any longer, as shown in the following two sentences about quitting smoking: I used to smoke, but I quit last year. Whenever I craved a cigarette, I would chew gum instead.