Nível Avançado › The Breakup

  • At the end of this lesson you’ll be able to:

    • Understand the difference between the second and third conditionals
    • Understand different uses of and expressions with the word "jerk"
    • Understand vocabulary related to relationships


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Dialog: "But I wouldn't be so upset if he hadn't insisted on meeting my parents over Christmas."

The second conditional is used to talk about a situation that is not a current possibility and will most likely not be a possibility in the future.  It can also be used to give advice.

  • If I were Paris Hilton, I'd be a philanthropist. (impossibility)
  • Sarah would ski every day if she lived in the mountains. (improbability)
  • If I were you, I'd wait until next year to sell your house.  (advice)



Dialog: "If Steve had proposed to me my dad would have been thrilled!"

The third conditional is used to talk about a situation in the past that did not happen. It did not happen because it was an improbable or impossible situation.

  • If you had told us when the party started, we would have arrived earlier.
  • If it had been sunny yesterday, would you have gone to the beach?
  • I wouldn't have come on the trip if I had known Philip was coming.


Sobre esta aula

Men. They have the ability to love you and leave you in the blink of an eye! Frustrating, isn't it? Well, for you girls out there who want to know how to vent your frustration of men in English, this lesson's for you! Let Ashley and Josh coach you on how to "dump" someone and "move on".

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