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First conditional
Simple explanation and exercise to introduce the first conditional. Sentence 18 IS negative. I'll change it a.s.a.p.

 
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Language: English
School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Grade/level: elementary
Age: 13-17
Main content: First conditional
Other contents: conditionals, conditional sentences
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Copyright © 11/8/2016 Brigitte Engelfried / Mar Blancafort. Publication or redistribution of any part of this document is forbidden without authorization of the copyright owner.

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rozette2010  1/31/2017  
VERY HELPFUL, thanks for sharing
kristalita  3/13/2017  
Thanks, but there is a mistake in 18 part 2 it should be won't disappear. And in 13 you should add not in brackets before the word remember. In this place students are confused.
traute  3/18/2017  
I know, kristalita, you are right. I'm trying to find out how to change it. I am really sorry. It will be changed as soon as possible.
Medardo  4/15/2017  
For me it was difficult to answer this questionnaire because I had to pay too much attention to the structure so I had so many mistakes
kristalita  5/10/2017  
Thanks :) also can you add not in 13 before word get.
albigarcia  10/8/2017  
thanks very useful :)
jennifermparker  3/18/2018  
I like this worksheet a lot, but I would suggest some corrections: 1--Item 11 should have "not get" in the second set of parentheses, or students will be confused as to the intended meaning of the sentence, because the speaker might be saying he/she will not buy a bigger house even if he/she does get promoted. And 2--Either the directions should advise students always to use the contracted forms (don't/doesn't/won't) for the "not" responses OR the longer forms should be acceptable as correct answers. Of course, you don't want to discourage students by marking their correct answers wrong.

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