Main practice: 3rd and Mixed Conditionals
Revision: phrasal verbs
3rd Conditional: meaning - past: if + had + past participle + would have + past participle, i.e.
If you had phoned me, I would've come to the party.
We would've flown three hours earlier it there hadn't been a bomb scare at the airport.
Mixed conditional: meaning - past and present: if + had + past participle + would + to be, i.e.
If I'd gone to bed earlier, I wouldn't feel so tired. (i.e. I'm tired now.)
This river would be clean if the factory hadn't polluted it. (The river is polluted now.)
turning out - (Phrasal Verb) something has a particular result; to eventually become, i.e.
- It rained this morning but this afternoon's turned out fine.
run out of - (Phrasal Verb) something is used up, finished, i.e.
- We've run out of coffee. = We did have coffee now it's all gone.
- We've run out of time. = We have no more time.
pop down - (Informal) to visit somewhere for a short time. ‘down' implies to a lower level,
or moving south, and 'up', usually, the opposite, i.e.
- I'm just popping down to the supermarket.
- We're popping up to London tomorrow.