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    Conditional - 1, 2 or 1,2, 3

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    Conditional - 1, 2 or 1,2, 3

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    When I studied English I learnt there were two conditionals:
    cond 1: would + infinitive
    cond 2: would have + 3rd form
    Now my daughter learnt at school there were three or even four conditionals (0-1-2-3).
    I understand there are four types of "if-sentences", but are they called "conditionals" now? As I see it conditional one and two -as verb forms - are part of the "tenses" -like present, past,...
    VerfasserCharles01 Dez. 07, 14:19
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    hab dazu grad was in 'englisch gesucht' geposted (wo jemand stein und bein daruf geschworen hat, dass man would im if satz benutzen kann): Siehe auch: wenn mir jemand einen Besuch bei...

    Conditional 0 is formed by the use of the present simple in the if clause followed by a comma the present simple in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses.
    Conditional 1 is formed by the use of the present simple in the if clause followed by a comma will verb (base form) in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses.
    Conditional 2 is formed by the use of the past simple in the if clause followed by a comma would verb (base form) in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses.
    Conditional 3 is formed by the use of the past perfect in the if clause followed by a comma would have past participle in the result clause. You can also put the result clause first without using a comma between the clauses.

    http://esl.about.com/library/grammar/blcondit...
    #1Verfasserjojo01 Dez. 07, 14:35
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    If I listen to my teacher, I will know the answer. - Cond. I
    If I listened to my teacher, I would know the answer. - Cond. II
    If I had listened to my teacher, I would have known the answer. - Cond. III

    I have no clue what Conditional 0 is.
    #2Verfasserzacha (301229) 01 Dez. 07, 14:36
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    forgot to address your actual question...

    I agree, there are only two conditionals as a tense. Maybe calling the four types of if-sentences conditionals makes it easier to understand and remember?
    In the meaning of the word it makes sense, since whenever if is used there is a condition that has to be fullfiled for the other part to come true.
    #3Verfasserjojo01 Dez. 07, 14:39
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    lt internet (which never lies ;-)) is Cond 0: If I listen to my teacher, I know the answer. (Situations that are always true if something happens.)
    while Cond I: Often called the "real" conditional because it is used for real - or possible - situations. These situations take place if a certain condition is met.
    #4Verfasserjojo01 Dez. 07, 14:42
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    @jojo: Natürlich kann man "would" im if-Satz benutzen; man sollte es aber Schülern/innen höchstens in der Sek II näherbringen, wenn überhaupt. Gute Information dazu:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningeng...
    #5Verfasser Reinhard W. (237443) 01 Dez. 07, 16:46
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    I learned the same as Zacha.
    #6VerfasserJBGB01 Dez. 07, 20:26
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    @Reinhard W.: ich weiss, als besonders hoefliche Form der Aufforderung oder Frage. habe ich in meiner anderen Ausfuehrung auch drauf hingewiesen.
    #7Verfasserjojo01 Dez. 07, 21:35
     
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