Thursday, 19 May 2022

First conditional

Hello, hello!
In this unit of English we've learnt how to use conditionals.
Conditionals are sentences with two clauses – an "if" clause and a main clause – that express possibility. Depending on the grade of probability of the sentence, we divide them in different categories.
We use the first conditional when we talk about real and possible situations.

  • I’ll go shopping on the way home if I have time.
  • If it’s a nice day tomorrow, we’ll go to the beach.
  • If Arsenal win, they’ll be top of the league.
  • If it rains, I won't go to the park. 
  • If I study today, I'll go to the party tonight.
  • If I have enough money, I'll buy some new shoes. 
  • She'll be late if the train is delayed. 
  • She'll miss the bus if she doesn't leave soon. 
  • If I see her, I'll tell her.

The first conditional describes a particular situation, whereas the zero conditional describes what happens in general. 
For example (zero conditional): if you sit in the sun, you get burned (here I'm talking about every time a person sits in the sun - the burning is a natural consequence of the sitting).
But (first conditional): if you sit in the sun, you'll get burned (here I'm talking about what will happen today, another day might be different)

In first conditional sentences, the structure is usually if + present simple and will + infinitive. It’s not important which clause comes first.

Here you have some exercises to practice and test yourselves:





Bruno Mars' "Count on me" song training to practise the First conditional
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Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Unit 12 -Polyhedra

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This is the last unit of Maths and we're going to review what polyhedra are.




More exercises and information:

Here you also have some videos to understand it better:  



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Monday, 16 May 2022

Zero conditional

Hello, hello!
In this unit of English we've learnt how to use the zero conditional. 
Conditionals are sentences with two clauses – an "if" clause and a main clause – that express possibility.
Depending on the grade of probability of the sentence, we divide them in different categories. The first one being the "Zero Conditional".

We use the zero conditional to talk about things that are always true.

  • If you heat water, it boils. 
  • When the sun goes down, it gets dark. 
  • It lights up if you push that button. 
  • If it rains, tennis lessons are held in the gym. 
  • When John is out of the office, I take his calls.

The present simple is used in both clauses.

Here you have some exercises to practice and test yourselves:




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Thursday, 12 May 2022

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Changes in matter

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We've already learnt about the changes of state in matter. Now we're going to learn about the changes that can happen to matter, in general.

Study unit on the changes in matter
Study unit on the changes in matter
Differences between Chemical and physical changes
Differences between Chemical and physical changes

Physical or chemical change? Quiz
Physical or chemical change? Quiz

Examples of chemical changes
Examples of chemical changes

Examples of physical changes
Examples of physical changes







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