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89 what would you do

What Would You Do?

In this lesson, students learn how to use the second conditional to ask about hypothetical situations. They practice forming second conditional questions and responses through various oral and written tasks.

Printable Lesson

PDFs:

  • 2–3 hours
  • 12 pages
Audio

This lesson does not contain audio.

Tasks
  • vocabulary
  • grammar
  • speaking
  • writing
  • pair work
  • group work
  • assessment
Vocabulary
  • were rich
  • were broke
  • had a boat
  • caught a cold
  • failed a test
  • were 100 years old
  • broke a leg
  • met a movie star
  • saw a bear
  • found a ring
  • saw a spider
  • passed a test
Grammar
  • second conditional
Tasks

Launch

Due

Answer Key

  • Image Match A

  • Image Match B

  • Complete the Sentences

  • Speaking Practice: Student A

  • Speaking Practice: Student B

  • Writing Practice

  • Listen & Type

  • Assessment