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Fiddler on the roof - If I were a rich man (with subtitles)

Fiddler on the roof - If I were a rich man (with subtitles)

Erasmus + angolozz.hu nyelvoktató portál « Vissza a Haladó mondatszerkezetekhez Az angol nyelvben feltételes módot kétféleképpen lehet kifejezni: a would módbeli segédigével, valamint az if + múlt idő szerkezettel. A klasszikus feltételes módú mondatban mindkét szerkezet szerepel, az összetett mondat egyik illetve másik oldalán. 0. típus ("real" típus, jelen idő) (általánosítás) Ezt a típust akkor alkalmazzuk, amikor egy általánosan igaz(nak tekinthető) megállapítást teszünk, amely valamilyen feltételhez van kötve. Szerkezete: A mellékmondatok fel is cserélhetők, ám ha nem az if-es mondatrész áll elöl, akkor nincs vessző a mondatban. 1. típus ("real" típus, jövő idő) Ezt a típust akkor használjuk, amikor konkrét, de jövőbeli feltételhez kötött dolgot szeretnénk kifejezni. Akár módbeli segédigés szerkezetet is beletehetünk a conditional mondatba. 2. típus ("unreal" típus, jelen idő) Ez az eset tekinthető a klasszikus jelen idejű feltételes módnak. 3. típus ("unreal" típus, múlt idő) "kevert" típus "even if" kötőszerkezet

Boys in the street The boys are playing games on their mobile devices - smartphones and a tablet computer. They don't seem to be interested in what is going on around them, even though they must be in a sort of an ancient city. It's probably summer, because the boys and the girls are wearing light clothes: shorts, sandals, flip-flops and T-shirts. In this photo I can see some boys and two girls. There are an empty pizza box and a can of Coke next to the boys, so they must have had their meal after an exhausting walk around the city. The boys are sitting in front of an iron gate, between two columns. This photo must have been taken in a city street, as we can see a front of a building and a part of a pavement. Do you like travelling with friends who are the same age as you? Tell me about the last time you or somebody you know went on a school trip. What do you think the boys are going to do next?

The best song lyrics to teach 2nd conditional in ESL class Practice the second conditional in your ESL class with this song, If I had a million dollars by Bare Naked Ladies. There are 14 examples of the second conditional in these song lyrics. To see suggestions on how to use this song in class, click here. Lyrics If I had a million dollars (if I had a million dollars) I’d buy you a house (i would buy you a house) If I had a million dollars (if I had a million dollars) I’d buy you furniture for your house (maybe a nice chesterfield or an ottoman) If I had a million dollars (if I had a million dollars) I’d buy you a K-Car (a nice Reliant automobile) If I had a million dollars I’d buy your love. If I had a million dollars I’d build a tree fort in our yard. If I had a million dollars We wouldn’t have to walk to the store If I had a million dollars We’d take a limousine ’cause it costs more If I had a million dollars We wouldn’t have to eat Kraft Dinner. Barenaked Ladies

A great Beyoncé song to teach 2nd conditional in ESL class Practice the second conditional in your ESL class with this song, If I Were a Boy by Beyoncé, a song about gender equality. The lyrics of this song contain multiple 2nd conditional phrases describing the many ways Beyonce’s life would be different if she were a boy. There is a suggestion on how to use this song in your ESL classes below, but for more ideas, click here. Lyrics If I were a boy Even just for a day I’d roll out of bed in the morning And throw on what I wanted and go Drink beer with the guys And chase after girls I’d kick it with who I wanted And I’d never get confronted for it. ‘Cause they’d stick up for me. [Chorus 1] If I were a boy I think I could understand How it feels to love a girl I swear I’d be a better man. If I were a boy I would turn off my phone Tell everyone it’s broken So they’d think that I was sleeping alone I’d put myself first And make the rules as I go ‘Cause I know that she’d be faithful Waiting for me to come home But you’re just a boy Beyoncé

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