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Monday, December 6, 2010

GrammaTube - Learn the First, Second and Third Conditional with YouTube

GrammaTube

After the great reception that the VocaTube series have received (where we compile videos about a specific vocabulary topic on YouTube), we have decided to create GrammaTube, which follows the same principles but focusing on videos for learning, practising and improving English grammar.

Grammar can be one of the most difficult skills to develop in English but it is without doubt the key to progress throughout your learning. A good grammar base will help you to write properly and speak in English, hence improving communication with other people.

In this first post about the GrammaTube series we’re going to discuss conditionals (the first, second and third conditional). Conditionals are usually taught to students with an intermediate level of English. However, we encourage you to watch these videos even if your level of English is lower, as they are very educational and easy to follow.

Good video where conditionals are explained (IF, WILL, WOULD, WERE):



Link to the video on YouTube

Excellent explanation about the three English conditionals:



Link to the video on YouTube

Practice the first conditional with the following video:



Link to the video on YouTube

Learn the second conditional with real conversations:



Link to the video on YouTube

Funny video to learn the second conditional with sentences from “The Big Bang Theory” series:



Link to the video on YouTube

Subtitled video that shows lyrics from songs to illustrate the use of conditionals:



Link to the video on YouTube

JenniferESL explains the conditionals used in present (2a):



Link to the video on YouTube

Another great lesson about factual conditionals from JenniferESL (2b):



Link to the video on YouTube

Conditionals statements with “unless” detailed by JenniferESL (2c):



Link to the video on YouTube

JenniferESL explains unreal conditional statements in the present time (2d):



Link to the video on YouTube

JenniferESL gives an explanation of form and use of unreal conditionals in the past (2e):



Link to the video on YouTube

Exercises to practice unreal conditionals in the past by JenniferESL (2f):



Link to the video on YouTube

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