PRONUNCIATION: /t/ _ /d/
Practice 1.Practice these sentences
It’s next to the restaurant on the third floor.
2. They’re on the next counter on your left, dear.
3. It’s exactly twenty-two minutes to ten.
Practice 2.Choose the word with the underlined letter pronounced differently from the others.
1.A. nation B. tourist C. study D. return
2.A. world B. children C. grandfather D. dangerous
3.A. nature B. potential C. option D. pollution
Practice 3.Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
1.A. establish B. butterfly C. orphanage D. national
2.A. variety B. recognize C. contaminate D. abandoned
3.A. expensive B. tropical C. release D. survival
II. GRAMMAR: CONDITIONAL SENTENCE – TYPE 3: Untrue in the past
If clause: untrue condition in the past
Main clause: imaginary result from the untrue condition
Past perfect S + had + PP (V-ed/V3)
Main clause S + would have + PP (V-ed/V3)
Last week we went to Huong Pagoda by coach. We got carsick.
Exercise 1.Complete the following sentences, using the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
Ex: I would have sent you a postcard if I (have) ____your address.
àI would have sent you a postcard if I had had your address.
1. If I (know) …………………… that you were ill last week, I would have gone to see you.
2. I would have bought a new bicycle if I (have) …………………… enough money.
3. If I had had a motorbike, I (go) …………………… home immediately.
Exercise 2.Write a sentence with if for each situation.
Ex:I wasn’t hungry, so I didn’t eat anything.
If I had _________________________.
If I had been hungry, I would have eaten something.
“could, might” can be used as “would”
Mix: Type 2 + Type 3
Ex: I didn’t study hard last year. So I fail the final exam this year.
à If I had studied hard last year, I wouldn’t fail the final exam this year.
Exercise 3.Use the given information to make conditional sentences with if.
Ex: Abullwas blocking the road, so we didn’t arrive on time.
à If a bull hadn’t been blocking the road, we would have arrived on time.