# Английский язык. Ч.3 (Units 9,10). Ильичева Н.А - 54 стр.

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e. g. I like watching TV.
would like + to-inf = want (specific preference).
e. g. I would like to watch TV now.
8. Some verbs take the to-infinitive or the –ing form without a change in
meaning:
begin, start, continue, propose, bother, intend.
e. g. He began revising / to revise for his exam.
Don’t bother locking / to lock the door.
Conditionals
Conditional clauses consist of two parts: the if-clause (hypothesis) and the
main clause (result). When the if-clause comes before the main clause, the two
clauses are separated with a comma. When the main clause comes before the if-
clause, then no comma is necessary.
If you try harder, you will succeed.
You will succeed if you try harder.
Type 0 Conditionals (general truth)
If-clause Main clause
If + present simple present simple
They are used to express something which is always true. We can use when
If/When charge “flows” of is in motion, we say we have an electric current.
Type 1 Conditionals (real present)
If-clause Main clause
If + present simple/present
continuous/present perfect/present perfect
continuous.
future/imperative/can/may/
might/must/should/could + present
bare infinitive
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 e. g. I like watching TV.
would like + to-inf = want (specific preference).
e. g. I would like to watch TV now.
8. Some verbs take the to-infinitive or the –ing form without a change in
meaning:
begin, start, continue, propose, bother, intend.
e. g. He began revising / to revise for his exam.
Don’t bother locking / to lock the door.

Conditionals
Conditional clauses consist of two parts: the if-clause (hypothesis) and the
main clause (result). When the if-clause comes before the main clause, the two
clauses are separated with a comma. When the main clause comes before the if-
clause, then no comma is necessary.
If you try harder, you will succeed.
You will succeed if you try harder.

Type 0 Conditionals (general truth)
If-clause                Main clause
If + present simple         present simple

They are used to express something which is always true. We can use when