1.1 Use SECOND CONDITIONAL for
imaginary situations in the
present, for present or future
situations that are possible, but
not likely. You can change the
orderof the "if" clause and the
main clause. Use "if I were you,
I'd..."or" If I was you, I'd..." to give
1.1.1 EXAMPLES: If he didn't play in the
orchestra, he wouldn't have so many friends.
After all her hard work, if she didn't get a
place, her friends would be very surprised.
He wouldn't have so many friends if he
didn't play in the orchestra.
If I were you, I'd try a different instrument.
1.2 SUBJECT QUESTIONS. In subject questions,
the question word is the subject of the
sentece. It isn't followed by do/does/did.
OBJECT QUESTIONS. In object questions, the
question word is the object of the verb. It is
followedby do/ does/did
1.2.1 EXAMPLES: What caused the fire at
the theatre? A lamp caused the fire.
What did she download? She download
Lana del Rey's new album.
2.1 When you learn a
new verb, find
other words that
go with it.
Record a song
Interview an actor
3.1 Making suggestions
Saying NO politely.