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Conditionals

Sophie is in Iceland for work and Oliver is in a really bad mood. 

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As you watch the video, look at the examples of conditional sentences. They are in red in the subtitles. Then read the conversation below to learn more. Finally, do the grammar exercises to check you understand, and can use, conditionals correctly.

Oliver: Hey, how’s Iceland? Sophie: I love it. Oliver: Oh, what a surprise! Sophie: It is actually. I don’t normally like camping! Oliver: If I had the opportunity to visit places like that, I wouldn’t complain! Sophie: What’s the matter with you today, Ollie? Oliver: Ah, nothing really. Sophie: If you don’t tell me, I’ll just keep asking ... Oliver: Hmm. Yesterday, you were so excited, you didn’t ask about my exam! Sophie: Oh, Ollie! I’m so sorry. You’re more important to me than camping and volcanoes! Oliver: Well, it doesn’t always feel like it. Sophie: If I promise to travel less, will you forgive me? Oliver: No. Because you won’t travel less. You love it. And if you travelled less because of me, I’d feel worse. So … it’s not an option. Sophie: You don’t make it easy! Seriously, honey, I don’t think I knew about the exam. If I’d known, I would have asked, you know that. Oliver: Well, anyway. Have you been near that volcano? What’s its name? Sophie: Even if I had three days of classes, I wouldn’t be able to say it, I don’t think. Wait, I can’t say it unless I read it – Eyjafjallajökull. There are about 30 active volcanoes in Iceland; the eruption in 2010 of Eyja … of that volcano really wasn’t so serious. If it hadn’t affected flights, we wouldn’t have heard much about it. There’s a bigger volcano near it – with a shorter name too – Katla. I’ve been to see that. The landscape here’s awesome ... You can’t imagine what it’s like. Oliver: No? Well, I’ll never go unless you take me. Sophie: Darling, please … Oliver: Sorry. What’s it like? Sophie: It’s beautiful. Water, rock, ice, lava, geysers … there aren’t many trees, obviously. I’ll send photos later. Oliver: Look, do you want to speak to Daisy? Sophie: Ollie, love? Oliver: I’ll be OK. Let’s talk tomorrow. Sophie: OK. Hi, Daisy. Daisy: Hi, Mum.

We use conditional sentences to say one thing depends on another. They can be used to talk about real or imaginary situations. One of the clauses starts with if (or a similar word) – this is the conditional clause. The other clause talks about the result of the conditional clause happening.

Don’t worry, it’s a lot easier than it sounds. Let’s look at some examples.

If you don’t tell me, I’ll just keep asking. If I promise to travel less, will you forgive me?

I know that one. It’s a first conditional: if + present simple, then will + infinitive.

That’s right. It’s for talking about a situation in the future which the speaker thinks is quite possible. If the first condition happens, something will happen as a result. In this conditional sentence, the present tense after if refers to the future, not the present.

And can you change the order of the clauses round?

Yes, and we leave out the comma in the middle of the sentence if the order is changed round.

I’ ll just keep asking if you don’t tell me.

OK. I also know the second conditional. If + past simple, then would + infinitive.

Right again! This is for talking about an unlikely or unreal condition.

If you travelled less because of me, I’d feel worse. If I had the opportunity to visit places like that, I wouldn’t complain !

So, in the second example, Oliver doesn’t think he will have the opportunity to travel a lot. It’s possible but improbable. We use the past simple to show that it’s not likely, not to indicate past time.

Can you use any other verbs, apart from would , in this kind of conditional?

Yes, we sometimes use other modal verbs like might or could in the result clause (not the if clause).

I see. What about, 'If you mix blue and yellow, you get green'. Is that a conditional?

Yes. That’s a zero conditional. We often use them for facts, or in academic subjects.

When it rains a lot, the animals move to higher ground. (geography)

What about other words that can replace if , like unless and as long as ?

Well, unless is a kind of negative version of if .

I’ ll never go unless you take me. (= If you don’t take me, I’ll never go.)

As long as imposes a condition on someone. You’re telling them what you expect them to do.

You can borrow my surfboard as long as you get it back to me by five o’clock.

So if you agree to what I say, you can borrow my surfboard?

Are there any other conditionals?

Well, there’s the third conditional, but we’ll deal with that separately.

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Nikita Khrushchev was the first secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and premier of the Soviet Union , known for leading the Soviet Union during some parts of the Cold War .

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  • Nikita Khrushchev born as Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev on April 17, 1894 or April 5, 1894 in Old Style.
  • He was born in Kalinovka, Russia .
  • Khrushchev’s parents were poor Russian peasants, Sergei Khrushchev and Xeniya Khrushcheva.
  • Khrushchev worked as a herdsboy at a young age.
  • Khrushchev was schooled for four years at the village parochial school and under Shevchenko’s tutelage at state school in Kalinovka.
  • In 1908, Khrushchev followed his father who moved to the Donbas City of Yuzovka, now known as Donetsk in Ukraine.
  • Khrushchev’s parents found him a place as a metal fitter’s apprentice.
  • After completing his apprenticeship, he was hired by the factory.
  • Khrushchev lost his job at the factory when he collected money for the families of the victims of the Lena Goldfields massacre.
  • Khrushchev was also hired to mend underground equipment by a mine in Rutchenkovo, where his father was working as the union organizer.
  • Khrushchev helped in distributing copies and organizing public readings of the Pravda, a Russian broadsheet newspaper which was the official newspaper of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

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  • When the First World War broke out in 1914, Khrushchev got exempted from conscription because he was identified as a skilled metal worker.
  • That same year, he married Yefrosinia Pisareva.
  • Pisareva was the daughter of a lift operator at the mine in Rutchenkovo where Khrushchev was working.
  • A year after, in 1915, the couple had a daughter whom they named Yulia.
  • In 1917, the couple had a son whom they named Leonid.
  • In 1918, during the struggle between Reds, Whites, and Ukrainian nationalists on the possession of Ukraine, Khrushchev became a member of the Russian Communist Party.

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  • In January 1919, Khrushchev joined the Red Army or the Russian Krasnaya Armiya, where he served as a junior political commissar.
  • Khrushchev rose from being a commissar to a construction platoon to being a commissar to a construction battalion.
  • In 1921, when the Civil War ended, Khrushchev was demobilized and assigned as commissar to a labor brigade in the Donbas.
  • The war caused widespread famine which also caused the death of his wife, Yefrosinia.
  • In 1922, Khrushchev secured admission to a new Soviet workers’ school in Yuzovka. While there, he received secondary education along with additional party instruction.
  • Khrushchev later became a student political leader and was appointed as secretary of the Communist Party Committee at the school.
  • Khrushchev’s studies were aided by Nina Petrovna.
  • Petrovna was a well-educated party organizer.
  • In 1924, Khrushchev married Petrovna, his second wife.

POLITICAL CAREER

  • In 1925, Khrushchev worked as a party secretary of the Petrovsko-Mariinsk district of Yuzovka.
  • Khrushchev was later on invited to accompany Lazar Kaganovich, the Ukrainian Party’s Central Committee secretary general, as a non-voting delegate to the 14th Party Congress in Moscow .
  • He then Khrushchev became an active party organizer.
  • In 1929, Khrushchev received permission to study metallurgy at the Stalin Industrial Academy. He was later appointed as secretary of the academy’s Party Committee.
  • In 1931, Khrushchev went back to Moscow to work full-time as a party organizer.
  • In 1933, Khrushchev became the second secretary of the Moscow Regional Committee.
  • In 1935, Khrushchev received the Order of Lenin after supervising the completion of the Moscow subway.
  • That same year, he became the first secretary of the Moscow city and regional party organization.
  • In 1936, Khrushchev became a member of the Constitutional Committee.
  • In 1937, Khrushchev became an alternate member of the Central Committee’s ruling in Politburo, and also became a member of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the Supreme Soviet.
  • In 1944, after Ukraine received their freedom, Khrushchev assumed control of Ukraine as first secretary of the Ukrainian party organization.
  • In 1949, Khrushchev was called back to Moscow to take over the position as head of the Moscow City Party and to take on the appointment as secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU.

SOVIET UNION

  • In September 1953, Khrushchev replaced Georgy Malenkov, who was Joseph Stalin’s heir, as first secretary.
  • Khrushchev later went to Geneva, Afghanistan, and India where he showed a brash, extroverted diplomat personality which would later on be his trademark.
  • Unfortunately, he faced the repercussions of his de-Stalinization movement and had to fly to Warsaw with other Soviet leaders.
  • In March 1958, Khrushchev assumed premiership of the Soviet Union.
  • With the new power acquired, Khrushchev set a new policy of “Reform Communism.”
  • Khrushchev also promoted his doctrine of “peaceful coexistence with the noncommunist world”.
  • During the confrontation in October 1962, Khrushchev agreed to remove the missiles on the promise that the United States would make no further move to overthrow Cuba’s communist government.

LATER YEARS

  • The main crisis of Khrushchev’s administration was agriculture.
  • The failure in the agricultural sector, the disagreement with China with regards to the relationship of Khrushchev with the United States, and the Cuban missiles crisis ignited the downfall of Khrushchev.
  • On October 14, 1964, Khrushchev retired from his position and lived quietly in Moscow.
  • On September 11, 1971, Khrushchev died of a heart attack. He was denied a state funeral and was buried in the Novodevichy Cemetery in Moscow.

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