: Second conditional Revision
: question tags - so + adjective - hold on a minuteNotes:
Second Conditional = if
+ past simple
Meaning: a) imaginary, unreal situations
b) unlikely future situations Examples: a) If I was the prime minister, I'd give everyone a three-day weekend. a) I'd run if I saw a ghost.b) If you practised more, you could be a really good guitarist. b) He'd be happier, if his job wasn't so boring. Vocabulary
(to) have a point -
to agree with someone, or accept that there is a truth in
what they have said, i.e.- I think we should take warmer clothing.- You have a point. All right, let's pack heavy jackets.
- The movie was too long. I got bored.
- You have a point, it was too long, but it was still a great story.
- maybe, possibly, i.e.
- Perhaps it'll rain, let's take umbrellas.
- Perhaps we should take an earlier train, what do you think?