First conditional (review) Objectives : C6 organise and present information clearly to others UE17 use if / unless/ if only in second conditional clauses and wish [that] clauses [present reference]; use a growing variety of relative clauses including why clauses on a range of familiar general and curricular topics Warm up. Do you like to sing songs? Let's listen to Bruno Mars’s song “Count on me”. Complete the missing words, then sing. Let’s sing!! 1. Complete with the missing words. If you ever find yourself stuck on the middle of the _________ I’ll sail the __________ to find you if you ever find yourself lost in the dark and you can’t see I’ll be the________ to guide you Chorus Find out what were made of when we are called to help our friends in _________ you can ________ on me like I’ll be there and i know when I need it light – sea world friends count – need- I can count on you like and you’ll be there cause that’s what _________ are supposed to do ooh yeah! oooooooh!... If you’re tossing and your turning and you just can’t fall _________ I’ll sing a _______ beside you and if you ever forget how much you really mean to me _________ I will remind you song - asleep every day Chorus Find out what were made of when we are called to _______ our friends in need you can count on me _______ I’ll be there and I know when I need it I can count on you like and you’ll be there _________ that’s what friends are supposed to do ooooh yeah..! ooooooh oooooh.. You’ll always have my shoulder when you _______ I’ll never let go, never say _________ you can count on me like I’ll be there and I know when I need it I can count on you like and you’ll be there cause that’s what friends are supposed to do oooh yeah! ooooooh, ooooooh You count on me cause I can count on youu... – goodbye – help – cause – cry- like – FIRST CONDITIONAL If I study, I will pass my exams. PRESENT SIMPLE FUTURE SIMPLE I will pass my exams if I study. We use it to talk about possible situations and their consequences in the future. Task 1 Complete the first conditional sentences from the text. When do we use a comma in these sentences? Situation If we all 1______ supermarkets, the If everyone signs the petition, Result they 2____ to us. will it make a diﬀerence? Result Situation Supermarkets 3 if only a few people 4_____ What will the supermarkets do if we organize a huge protest march? . Task 2 Study the sentences in exercise 1 and complete the rules. Use will, won’t and the present simple. RULES We use the ﬁrst conditional to talk about a likely or possible future situation and to describe its result. We talk about the likely or possible future situation with if + . We describe the result with or + infinitive without to. Task 3 Complete the sentences with the first conditional form of the verbs in brackets. 1. If he (support) us, we (win). 2. If we (ask) people, a lot of them (volunteer). 3. She (boycott) the shop if it (sell) violent video games. 4. People (not know) about it if we (not organize) a meeting. 5. If you (ban) cars from the town centre, the shopkeepers (not be) happy. 6. I (not sponsor) you if you (not finish) the race. Task 4 Complete the sentences with your own ideas. 1. If I don’t pass my exam, I’ll have to do it again. 2. If I don’t finish my homework, . 3. If I stay in this evening, . 4. If it snows tomorrow, . 5. If my favourite actor comes to town, . 6. If I don’t go on holiday, . 7. If you help me with my maths, . 8. If my friend isn’t at school, . 9. If my mother doesn’t feel well, . Task 5 Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the future. Use the sentences in exercise 4 or your own ideas. Self-assessment. How well do I understand? 4 - I can do this and explain it to someone else. 3 - I understand and can do this by myself. 2 - I need more practice. 1 - I don't understand this yet.