Monday, January 25, 2010

Grammar focus

  • If+Present Simple+Present Simple (zero conditional)
If you have an important decision to make, it is more difficult.

  • If +Present Simple+will (first conditional)
If the trend continues, this figure will double in the next ten years.

  • If+Past Simple+would (second conditional)
If you wanted to buy a house ,'d be able to.

1 a probable situation in the future (real) (First conditional)
2 a less likely or hypothetical situation (unreal) (Second conditional)
3 a habit or general truth (real) (Zero conditional)

1 If I go to excursion, I feel happy.
2 If I cook today, we will have lunch at noon
3 If I went a trip abroad, I would go to Paris.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Cookery Challenge

  1. 1 medium chicken
  2. 250g mushrooms
  3. 2 lemons
  4. 400g cheese
  5. 3 cloves garlic
  6. 2 onions
  7. 4 carrots
  8. 2 potatoes
  9. oil, salt,pepper


Take a pan and heat 4 spoons of oil and put the chopped chicken. Add the onions and the garlic. Cook the meat and onions until they are brown. Add the mushrooms, the carrots, the potatoes, and let simmer for 30', before adding the cheese, salt, pepper and the lemons. Serve with rice.