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    Table of Contents Conditionality .............................................................................................................................................2 Modality .......................................................................................................................................................7

    The Modal Tenses & Subjunctive ............................................................................................................8 The Modal Frameworks. .......................................................................................................................10 The Modal Verbs. .................................................................................................................................11 Final Revision .......................................................................................................................................20

    Sentence Analysis ....................................................................................................................................25 Non Finite Verbal Forms ......................................................................................................................29

    The Infinitive .........................................................................................................................................31 The Gerund ...........................................................................................................................................34 The Participle ........................................................................................................................................35 Catenative Verbs ...................................................................................................................................38 Final Revision .......................................................................................................................................40

    Reported Speech ......................................................................................................................................45 Passive ........................................................................................................................................................54

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    Conditionality

    11 .. EE xxaamm iinnee tthhee cc oonndd ii tt ii oonnaa ll sseennttee nncceess bbee llooww .. DDeecc iiddee ww hhee tthheerr tthheeyy ee xxpprreessss (( aa )) oo ppeenn ccoonndd ii tt ii oonn ,, (( bb)) rr ee jj eecc tteedd ccoo nndd ii tt ii oonn ,, oo rr (( cc )) hh yyppootthhee tt ii cc aa ll cc oonndd ii tt ii oonn ..

    1. This world would be a better place if motorists adopted the new wave.

    2. For example, if Turkey joined the EU, it should not have the same voting strength as The

    Netherlands.

    3. Obstetricians, who had to take over if complications arose in a delivery by a midwife, were

    no longer prepared to take responsibility.

    4. If directors held a significant proportion of shares, they were in position to do very

    handsomely.

    5. Tension would escalate in Townsville unless police pulled out all the stops.

    6. I refused to go Bingo at one stage unless I had fifty pound in my purse.

    7. The Baker visit cannot be justified unless China makes major concessions.

    8. Supposing we've been recognised?

    9. If Damon wanted to say something, he should speak out earlier next time.

    10. If circumstances had dictated, I would have applied sooner.

    11. If she were very honest, she would have told you the truth.

    12. If the Day of Judgment had only been ascertained to be a dress day, everybody there would

    be eternally correct.

    22 .. SS aammee aass aabboo vvee .. IInn aadddd ii tt ii oonn ,, ffoo ccuu ss oonn tthhee iinn ttee rrpp llaa yy bbee ttww eeeenn tthh ee vvee rrbbaa ll ff oo rrmm ss ,, mmeeaann iinn gg aanndd tthhee ccoonntteexx tt .. CCaann yy oouu ddrraaww aannyy cc oonn cc lluu ss iioo nnss??

    1. She pointed out that unless cows calve they will not give milk.

    2. When we were students, we would go to the Opera if we had the money for the tickets.

    3. The reason for her secrecy was that if Brian thought there was any doubt about Jasper and

    Bienvida's paternity he would stop paying her the 50 a week child support.

    4. Indeed, it now seemed to be the case that men did not marry women unless they had had

    sexual relations with them beforehand.

    5. I am going to say something I thought of telling Guinevieve but I cant. I cant risk her

    telling him. If I were going to tell him myself, I should have done so years ago.

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    33 .. WWhh iicchh oo ff tt hh ee ssuubb oorrdd iinnaa ttoorr ss ll ii ss tt eedd bbee llooww bbee ss tt ff ii tt ss tthh ee ggaapp?? II ff tthhee rree aa rree ttwwoo oo rr mm oo rree ppoo ssss iibb ll ee ssoo lluu tt ii oonn ss ,, dd ii ssccuussss tthh ee dd ii ff ff ee rreenncceess iinn mm eeaann iinn gg .. if unless if only in case on condition

    as long as provided/providing suppose/supposing 1. I truly believe ________ men suffered with periods, there would be national holidays every

    month.

    2. I think he wont change his team ________ the injury causes him to do so.

    3. You must have some ready cash ________ disaster strikes.

    4. Britain will face epidemics of child illnesses ________ parents take vaccination scares

    seriously.

    5. ________ sinners want to obtain forgiveness of their sins, they must go to God.

    6. Liquid supplements are not necessary, ________ children avoid sugar particularly between

    meals.

    7. ________ Edwin gets to know?

    8. China also pledged its support of the development of the Pacific Cooperation ________

    Taiwan remains excluded.

    9. You can use my camera ________ you pay for the films yourself.

    10. We better lock up ________ Howard looks in.

    11. They argued for neutrality ________ Austria recognized Italian interests by ceding the

    province of Trention.

    12. Prune it back ________ stems were damaged in winter or ________ it is required as

    foliage shrub.

    13. You should insure your house ________ there is a fire.

    14. ________ they do not panic, their chances of survival will be beyond 95 per cent.

    44 .. EE xxpp llaa iinn tthhee dd ii ff ff ee rreennccee bbee ttwweeee nn tthhee ff oo ll lloo ww iinn gg ppaa ii rr ss oo ff sseenn ttee nncceess :: 1. a) Come tomorrow unless I phone.

    b) Come tomorrow if I dont phone. 2. a) Unless you pay me now, I will sue you.

    b) If you dont pay me now, I will sue you. 3. a) If Josie doesnt come, let me know.

    b) If Josie wont come, let me know.

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    4. a) Call me tomorrow. I will if I can.

    b) Call me tomorrow. I would if I could. 5. a) Will it be all right if I use your computer to check my e-mails?

    b)Would it be all right if I used your computer to check my e-mails? 6. a) If I spoke Portuguese, they would have offered me the job.

    b) If I had spoken Portuguese, they might have understood me. 55 .. CCoommpp ll ee ttee tthhee sseenn tteenn ccee ss iinn tthhee ss ii ttuu aa tt ii oonnss bbee llooww bbyy uuss iinn gg aa pppprroopprr ii aa ttee vvee rrbb ff oo rrmm ss .. 1. A: Has Martha arrived yet? B: No. When she called me in the morning she told me that she would try to catch the 5 oclock train. A: Well, then. If she _________________ (manage / to catch) the 5 oclock train, she _________________ ( be) here soon. 2. A: Did Peter repair his bike yesterday? B: I dont know. Why do you want to know? A: Well, if he _________________ (repair) his bike, we _________________ (go) for a ride, when he returns from work. 3. A: I cant remember the last time we had a nice evening together. B: If you _________________ (not / give) a promotion in your job, we _________________ (spend) many evenings together. 4. A: Did the gardener have a saw? B: No. he didnt. If he _________________ (have) a saw, he _________________ (prune) the shrubs. I guess hell have to do it next week. 5. A: Look! The apples Ive bought are rotten! B: Do you still have the receipt? A: I dont know. I have to check. B: If you _________________ (keep) the receipt, you _________________ (be able) to take them back to the greengrocers. 6. A: Where on earth are we? B: If we _________________ (bring) the map with us, we _________________ (know) where we are. A: I distinctly remember telling you to take the map. If you _________________ (pay) more attention to what I say to you, the map _________________ (stay) at home.

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    66 .. TT rraann ss ll aa ttee tthh ee sseenntteenncceess bbee ll ooww iinn ttoo EEnngg ll ii sshh .. 1. e vrtnic ne obrezujemo redno, podivjajo.

    2. e bo nehala govoriti, ti bom povedal, kaj se je zgodilo.

    3. Otrok se lahko okui samo v primeru, da je okuena mati.

    4. Oglasi se lahko, samo e te kaj vpraam.

    5. Dopust za nego in varstvo otroka naj bi bil pravica tako matere kot oeta pod pogojem, da

    sta zaposlena.

    6. Kranski kof je postal pod pogojem, da sme obdrati eno in svoje novoplatonsko

    filozofsko preprianje, da loveke due obstajajo e pred rojstvom.

    7. Recimo, da vas izpustim, skupaj s tem Poljakom. li boste ven in spet se boste napili.

    8. Hallam pravi, da

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