Do you have a plan for the "worst-case scenario"? Do you like to run worst-case scenarios in your mind and think of things you could do? This week we're looking at conditional adverbs in speech. These adverbs are just like "if clauses". They create sentences or questions that tell what you would do, and under what conditions. When an event happens or when it does not happen we all run scenarios through our heads. Maybe you'd rather run through best-case scenarios. Well, this is seeing the glass as being half-full, this works well, especially, if you're using a wine glass.
Adverbs of condition are not that hard, are they? Do you know the answers to the sentences in the exercise? 1.3, 2.1, 3.4, 4.2. I hope you've enjoyed it. I hope you come back!
ANNABELLE B-BAUMANN, Communication Coach
"Annabelle I've learned alot from you .....with your friendly art and your diversified lessons... it is never boring!!!" -Doris, BASF
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