Advanced level review of all the English conditionals
Learn to use the conditionals easily,
without thinking and without mistakes
The conditionals can be tricky! There are two problems:
1: The way we usually learn about the conditionals is not really helpful. There are many ways to use them, not only zero / first / second / third. And the use of tenses in all the conditionals is actually very logical and easy to remember, once you understand the theory.
2: We don't get enough practice using the conditionals, especially more advanced conditionals like the third conditional with inversion, or mixed conditionals. Without enough practice, these conditionals never become automatic. We always have to think about what tense to use when we're speaking (and there's that horrible pause, while you try to work out the past perfect continuous of an irregular verb).
In this course, we'll fix these problems.
1: I explain all conditional sentences (not just the zero, first, second and third conditionals) in a clear and logical way. They're really not difficult!
2: We do lots and lots of practice, so that you can make conditional sentences automatically, without thinking. You'll be amazed when they come out of your mouth correctly and naturally, during a conversation.
Without conditionals, it's hard to talk about ideas in English. You can't talk about philosophy or politics or your dreams for the future without using conditional sentences. This course will help you get them right, every time.
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I'm Seonaid (it's pronounced 'show - na'!) and I write everything at Perfect English Grammar. I have a Master's degree from Cambridge University in English and Applied Linguistics and I've been teaching English for nearly twenty years. My website Perfect English Grammar has helped millions of students from over a hundred countries. I've studied French, German, Spanish and Japanese myself, so I know how hard it is! I'm British and I live in London.