Course Description

In this course, we’ll take a look at the four different types of conditional sentences which exist in English. We’ll discover the different meanings conveyed by the grammar structures, the different grammatical elements that make up the constructions, and we’ll have a look also at some activities teachers can use to practice conditionals in class.

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Understanding Conditionals

Maria Fernanda Rodriquez

Course Author

Course Author Marili Maldonado

Marili is a former lecturer in Language, Phonology, Psycholinguistics and Methology at the Teacher Education Programme, Translation Programme and Interpretation Programme at Instituto Superior del Profesorado in Santa Fe, where she worked until March, 2015, when she retired. She has led workshops for in-service teachers since 2000 and has lectured in Argentina, Chile, the UK and Serbia. She has taught English at all levels and in many different contexts (rural, bilingual, public and private schools) for over 30 years. She has published works on Didactics and Phonetics and Phonology in specialized journals. She is also the author of a number of coursebooks published by both Macmillan Education and Pearson.