Mar 3rd, 2013, 04:59 pm
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Join Date: Jan 26th, 2009
Location: Berlin, Germany
| | Re: Game that teaches one of the conditional tenses
I like complete the sentence type activities. Write out the first half of ten to fifteen questions and ask students to complete some of them (see third conditional sentences below).
Students then take it in turns to read only the second half of one of their sentences. The rest of the class must guess which first half the sentence belongs too.
If I hadn’t eaten so much,
If I had gone to bed earlier,
If we hadn’t started that third bottle of wine,
If I hadn’t joined this English class,
If the weather had been better yesterday,
If I had been born in England,
If I had known at 16 what I know now,
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