# How do you teach first conditional in a fun way?

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## How do you teach first conditional in a fun way?

Ask the students to divide into two teams and get something they can throw. Set a timer and start calling out half of the conditional sentence. Throw the object at a student and ask him to complete it. The student then throws it to somebody else in the other team who gives a different clause for the same sentence.

## How do you teach the second conditional in a fun way?

Fun Activities For The Second Conditional

1. Moral Dilemmas.
2. Guess My Answer.
3. Sentence Completion.
4. Problem Solving.
5. Votes.
6. Consequences Chains.
7. Personality Questionnaires.
8. If I Were You.

## What are the examples of conditional sentences?

What are conditional clause examples?

• I will pass the exam.
• You would have gotten wet if it had rained.
• If I had known you were coming I would have baked a cake.
• Ifyougave me your e-mail,I willwritten to you.
• We’ll be late for dinner if we don’t leave now.

## How do you make a conditional fun?

Fun Activities with Conditionals

1. Writing chain stories or even writing chain poems.
2. Go and Open the Door.
3. Prepare conversation cards or even prepare conversation cards on PowerPoint or Google presentation.
4. Prepare 2 different sets of cards.
5. Songs are great for teaching or revising conditionals.

## What are controlled practice activities?

Controlled practice activities refer to activities that are restricted in nature where the focus is on developing accuracy rather than fluency. They usually include: Repetition. Scaffolding.

## How do you create a third conditional question?

To build Wh-question in Third Conditional:

1. you use tenses the same way as you use them in statements (if-part ➔ Past Perfect, main part ➔ would + have + V3/ed)
2. in main part you make a question by putting Wh-question + would + noun/‌pronoun + have + verb.
3. you can start Wh-question with if-part or with main part.

## What are the 4 types of conditional sentences examples?

Here are a few examples:

• General truth – If I eat breakfast, I feel good all day.
• Future event – If I have a test tomorrow, I will study tonight.
• Hypothetical situation – If I had a million dollars, I would buy a boat!
• Hypothetical outcome – If I had prepared for the interview, I would have gotten the job.

## Have had had had?

The past perfect form of have is had had (had + past participle form of have). The past perfect tense is used when we are talking about the past and want to refer back to an earlier past time. She felt marvelous after she had had a good night’s sleep. They dismissed him before he had had a chance to apologize.

## How do I teach my child first conditional?

Here are the steps to teaching the first conditional form:

1. Introduce the construction of the first conditional: If + present simple + (then clause) future with “will.”
2. Point out that the two clauses can be switched: (then clause) future with “will” + if + present simple.

## How do you play the third conditional sentence game?

In the activity, students play a board game where they complete third conditional sentences, and ask and answer third conditional questions. Give each group of three or four a copy of the game board, a dice and counters. Players take it in turns to roll the dice and move their counter along the board.

## How do you use conditionals in a sentence?

Find (or write) a passage that contains someone talking about future possibilities using conditionals (If I were rich, I would…). Then, put students into pairs and read out the passage at a faster than normal rate. Students have to take notes and then compare with their partners to try to recreate what they just heard.

## How can I practice conditionals with my students?

So here is a fun game which can be used to practise any of the conditionals, depending on the learning stage of your learners. Give each student a piece of paper. Decide which conditional structure will be used. Each student writes a sentence in that structure at the top of the paper.

## What are the best ESL games for conditionals?

Conditionals ESL Activities and Games. 1 #1: Conditional Board Games. A fun way to review this grammatical concept is to use a board game. They’re very easy to make in just a few minutes once 2 #2: Vocabulary Auction. 3 #3: Hot Potato Game. 4 #4: Conditionals Song. 5 #5: Dictogloss.