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am - are - is

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Weeks 14 - 20

Weeks 14 - 20

FUNGLISH: Dobble

FUNGLISH: Dobble

Roulés au Jambon & Fromage

Roulés au Jambon & Fromage

Gerund or Infinitive? excelent video that we wactched in class in order to learn gerunds and infinitives.

Gerund or Infinitive? excelent video that we wactched in class in order to learn gerunds and infinitives.

CONDITIONALS. MIXED TYPES

CONDITIONALS. MIXED TYPES

Mixed Conditionals. Part 2. #english_grammar #speaking_club_speak

Mixed Conditionals. Part 2. #english_grammar #speaking_club_speak

Mixed Conditionals. Part 2. When we talk about mixed conditionals, we are referring to conditional sentences that combine two different types of conditional patterns. These combinations are not all that frequent, but the most common combination is when we have a type 3 conditional in the if-clause (if + past perfect) followed by a type 2 conditional (would + infinitive) in the main clause. Learn these constructions and try to use them!

Mixed Conditionals. Part 2. When we talk about mixed conditionals, we are referring to conditional sentences that combine two different types of conditional patterns. These combinations are not all that frequent, but the most common combination is when we have a type 3 conditional in the if-clause (if + past perfect) followed by a type 2 conditional (would + infinitive) in the main clause. Learn these constructions and try to use them!

Mixed Conditionals. Part1. When we talk about mixed conditionals, we are referring to conditional sentences that combine two different types of conditional patterns. These combinations are not all that frequent, but the most common combination is when we have a type 3 conditional in the if-clause (if + past perfect) followed by a type 2 conditional (would + infinitive) in the main clause. Learn these constructions and try to use them!

Mixed Conditionals. Part1. When we talk about mixed conditionals, we are referring to conditional sentences that combine two different types of conditional patterns. These combinations are not all that frequent, but the most common combination is when we have a type 3 conditional in the if-clause (if + past perfect) followed by a type 2 conditional (would + infinitive) in the main clause. Learn these constructions and try to use them!

CONDITIONALS. MIXED TYPES

CONDITIONALS. MIXED TYPES