ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES ETRANGERES EN ALGERIE

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ENSEIGNEMENT DES LANGUES ETRANGERES EN ALGERIE

APPRENTISSAGE: FRANCAIS ET ANGLAIS AUX TROIS CYCLES: PRIMAIRE-MOYEN-SECONDAIRE


    If and unless

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    achwak

    Date d'inscription : 05/01/2010
    Age : 25
    Localisation : béjaia

    If and unless

    Message par achwak le Dim 7 Mar - 23:09

    A- Give the correct form of the verbs between ( ):
    1- If the world becomes overpopulated, people ( to die) of hunger.
    2- If the Arab world was united ,USA ( not to colonize) Iraq.
    3- If the political system was based on democracy, we ( to have ) more freedom.
    4- If my friend (to think) twice, he wouldn't have made such a stupid mistake.
    5-The police would have found the criminal, if they ( to know ) all the facts.
    B- begin each sentence by :unless.

    rahma

    Date d'inscription : 15/03/2010

    If and unless

    Message par rahma le Lun 15 Mar - 15:47

    Thanks a lot but could you give me some sentenses using :unless?I wait for your answer.
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    achwak

    Date d'inscription : 05/01/2010
    Age : 25
    Localisation : béjaia

    if and unless

    Message par achwak le Lun 15 Mar - 21:45

    Hello, Rahma.
    Welcome,I'm preparing some lessons and exercises that will help you,be patient.thank you.

    antar beyahia

    Date d'inscription : 22/03/2010

    Re: If and unless

    Message par antar beyahia le Lun 22 Mar - 15:52

    1- you will not drive my car unless you find where you park it.
    2- you will not understand the use of "unless" unless you practice

    rahma

    Date d'inscription : 15/03/2010

    Re: If and unless

    Message par rahma le Mar 23 Mar - 8:43

    Merci antar beyahia; mais j'ai pas compris!!!
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    achwak

    Date d'inscription : 05/01/2010
    Age : 25
    Localisation : béjaia

    Re: If and unless

    Message par achwak le Jeu 25 Mar - 17:49

    If ...not means the same as unless:
    1- He can't see if he doesn't wear glasses.
    He can't see, unless he wears glasses.
    Unless he wears glasses, he can't see.
    2- If you can't pay your bill, you'll have to leave.
    Unless you can pay your bill,you'll have to leave.or
    You'll have to leave, unless you can pay your bill.
    3- I wouldn't say that if I didn't believe it.
    I wouldn't say that,unless I believed it. or
    Unless I believed it, I wouldn't say that.
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    achwak

    Date d'inscription : 05/01/2010
    Age : 25
    Localisation : béjaia

    Re: If and unless

    Message par achwak le Jeu 25 Mar - 18:08

    Activity 1:
    Complete the sentences using : UNLESS and the information in brackets:
    Eg:You won't get there in time unless you hurry. ( if you don't hurry)
    1- We can't have a picnic .....( if it isn't a nice day.)
    2-Don't leave the tv on ....( if you aren't watching it.)
    3-We can't do the job ...( if we don't get help.)
    4- I wouldn't have bought the picture ....( if I didn't like it.)
    Activity2 :
    Put in : if or unless:
    1- Rachel will be pleased ... she passes her driving test.
    2- The bus won't stop ...you ring the bell.
    3- I can't read your letters ...you type them.
    4- She will be upset ...she doesn't get the job.
    5- You can't go into the reception ...you've got a ticket.
    6- ...you hear any news , can you ring me immediatly?

    rahma

    Date d'inscription : 15/03/2010

    Re: If and unless

    Message par rahma le Lun 29 Mar - 21:30

    Mille merci.inchallah ,tu auras ton bac.
    stp;si tu peux me donner qulque explication sur: had better.

    rafif

    Date d'inscription : 21/03/2010

    Re: If and unless

    Message par rafif le Mer 7 Avr - 8:03

    Salut Achwak.Moi aussi je veux demander quelques explications sur : had better et aussi :such...a
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    achwak

    Date d'inscription : 05/01/2010
    Age : 25
    Localisation : béjaia

    Re: If and unless

    Message par achwak le Jeu 8 Avr - 8:58

    Had better


    We use “had better” plus the infinitive without “to” to give advice. Although “had” is the past form of “have”, we use “had better” to give advice about the present or future.

    · You'd better tell her everything.

    · I'd better get back to work.

    · We'd better meet him early.

    The negative form is “had better not”.

    · You'd better not say anything.

    · I'd better not come.

    · We'd better not miss the start of his presentation.

    We use “had better” to give advice about specific situations, not general ones. If you want to talk about general situations, you must use should”.

    · You should brush your teeth before you go to bed.(general situation)

    · I shouldn't listen to negative people.(general situation)

    · He should dress more appropriately for the office.(general situation)

    When we give advice about specific situations, it is also possible to use “should”.

    · You shouldn't say anything; or you had better not say anthing.

    · I should get back to work.

    · We should meet early.

    However, when we use “had better” there is a suggestion that if the advice is not followed , that something bad will happen.

    · You'd better do what I say or you will get into trouble.

    · I'd better get back to work or my boss will be angry with me.

    · We'd better get to the airport by five or we may miss the flight.

    mouhbabeloued

    Date d'inscription : 21/04/2010

    Re: If and unless

    Message par mouhbabeloued le Mar 4 Mai - 17:32

    work well done! whera are you young teacher?
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    khaoula64

    Date d'inscription : 24/05/2010
    Localisation : skikda

    Re: If and unless

    Message par khaoula64 le Lun 24 Mai - 17:07

    thanks to all for the useful information.

    FARIDA26

    Date d'inscription : 18/11/2013
    Localisation : ALGER

    Re: If and unless

    Message par FARIDA26 le Jeu 21 Nov - 22:36

    you 've clarified things thanks again

    chmokrane

    Date d'inscription : 02/08/2014
    Localisation : tizi ouzou

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    Message par chmokrane le Sam 2 Aoû - 15:20

    Hello Smile ! I'm a new member but not a new teacher, I just wanted to entervene. I've noticed that there's a teacher who wrote:" If you can't .......", sorry Crying or Very sad  to tell you that  you can't use a modal after if or unless, but it comes in the second part of the sentence. for instance; we never say" if I will....." but we say: " if +present.s --> will....... . Sorry.

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