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Thanks for the good explanations. All 4 conditionals – important for me to see it on a view. A little strange to use the simple past in the second conditional.


    I agree to Berliner. Shouldn’t it be “If I win a lot of money I would buy a big house” because it hasn’t happened yet. So I’m thinking it should be “If I won a lot of money I would have bought a big house.”

    Fely Pina

    Yes, the first example she came up with for the second conditional was wrong.

    San Saman

      San Saman, the second example was correct. The same example is in Cambridge Press. student book.


It is the most best explanation of conditionals I have ever seen! Thank You!


    9 out of 10 I would have get 10 out of 10 if I had more careful


      Am I correct?


        *I would have gotten 10 out of 10 if I had been more careful


thanks for ur explanation about the conditional

Selpiana Sembiring

thank you so much :)


you’re the best! Thanks a million!


Thanks teacher Gill. I will do my best to the next lesson.


thanks for explaining in detail.

Anuj Rana

What an excellent lesson from you.
I will always remember it now:)

elsa zekaryas

Thank you so much for the explanation.


Thank teacher Gill.

Afonso Heraldo Petta

thank you so much. it ‘s a very usuful lesson!


If I had discovered before your lessons online, I had already improved my English.
Thank you very much, Gill, bravissima!


GREAT Teacher, thank you


thanks Gill! You make me remembers grandmother.

Anh Ngoc Dinh

thaaanks <3


Learning by video lessons is a very good idea.. Thanks

Mutaz Baghdadi

Great class!


I learn a lot from you💖

Mahboubeh Mohammadi

thanks Gill :) Finally I know how use those conditionals. You make English grammar easy and simple


Thanks, was a good class.


Thank you so much teacher Gill, it was an excellent class!


What an interesting lesson. Thank you Gill.


Thank you so much! You explained it so clear!! I got 10 correct out of 10 :)


Thank you :-)

Norbert 1973

Love your lesson! After I watched 2 times your YouTube I get 💯 100 for this exam:)


thanks you very much Ms. Gill

Aml Mounier

Thank you so much.


Thank you, Jill. Could I ask you write more such lesson. It’s very useful for your pupils. And tell me more about FUTURE IN THE PAST. Thanks a lot.


hi Gill..thank your for this lesson. I would like to ask you whether, in general, one conditional is more used than the others in the everyday talks.


    Hi – thanks for your question. I’d say that all four conditionals are used in everyday conversation – maybe the third conditional is slightly less used, for people who don’t think in a theoretical or hypothetical way about what might have happened if … :-)


think you so much for the conditional course Ms GILL


Thanks teacher! It´s good to remember english grammar like this way.

Jose Azzi

Thank you, Jill! Your lessons are the best! I understand every single word :))





Ashik V.A

I would never understand this topic if I didn’t see your explanation


Thank you so much!


Thank you so much teacher Gill..




I try to use these expressions in a real conversation.


You are the best Gill! :) Thx!


May i ask you to give us a lesson about mixed conditionals? really i don’t how or when to use’em in sentences.

Aml Mounier

Hi Gill, I love your lesson and your way of speaking. Thanks a lot.


The numerology of tenses startig from “zero” a bit confused me and 10th question I anwsered wrong, but anyway it was great lesson with exellent explaination :) :) :)

Dima Sviridow

Hi Gill, first of all, congrats for your amazing teaching!!!
Then, could you explain to me or prepare a lesson on the following points:
there is a lot or there are a lot ?
there is no + singular or plural?


    Hi – thanks for your kind words :-)
    There is a lot of milk in the fridge.
    (milk = singular/uncountable noun)
    There are a lot of eggs in the fridge.
    (eggs = plural)
    There is no car in the garage.
    (is = singular, car)
    There are no cars in the garage.
    (are = plural, cars)
    I hope these examples help to clarify :-)


      Hi Gill, I’m Paola from Chile. I need to learn with you the present perfect. Already, just, ready examples.
      For, since, ago examples. Have you a lesson with that?
      thanks a lot! Paola.

      den paolita

thank you so much :)


Thank you Gill, may you and your family stay healthy.


Thank you so much! it was very clear.


why cant i see the video?


Amazing Gill, in just 20 minutes I have internalized the differences between the 4 types of conditionals. Thanks a lot.


Thank you very much Gill, your explanations are always good to clarify!


Thanks for the lesson your explanation is very clarify


you are great! thank you from a brazilian gurl living in Orlando/FL/USA


you are great! thank you from a brazilian girl living in Orlando/FL/USA


Thank you very much I learned lot


Good day, you deserve the title ” The Best “

Ugo LoBianco

Thank you. One of the best explanations I’ve ever heard.

Liliana Amort

Thank you! Very helpful!


Thank you so much. Your teaching is very clear and understandable.


Thank you so much for your lesson. I understand the definition of each types of conditions.


It was really amazing and outstanding lesson.


You are the best!


Great leason!!! Thank you!!!

Antonis Evdaimon

lesson sorry

Antonis Evdaimon

Hi Gill, would you consider making a short (presumably/supposedly) video about these words – presumably, supposedly (and maybe more if come to you mind). What is the difference between presume and assume? what is the difference between presumably and supposedly – and which of them should I have used above?


If I hadn’t been studying hard, I would never have found this great lesson!!

Sunny Tian

I am an English teacher and I asked my son to watch your video for his lesson about conditionals because it is simply the best. Well done Gill and thank you.

Yung Mai

teacher is very hard that lesson but no imposible, thankss

Wilson Barrera

thanks Gill. that was very helpful and useful.


That was a great and good lesson, Thank you for this one i’m grateful.

Domar Silva

thanks everyday i learn something else so if i had money i would pay you


Thank you very much. You explain really good!


Good morning, Gill!
Very enlightening and didactic class!
Thank you a lot!!
Could you help me, please?
I get a bit confused. How is the name of the tense with “would + have + verb ( past participle)?
I know your time is valuable and I appreciate your attention!


Good class !!!


thank you so much.


I’ve read a lot of textbooks and have listened to many lessons but only got muddle about conditionals sentences. And now, thanks to Jill’s simple and clear explanation, conditionals have come in order in my head.


thank you very much 100
10 out of 10


Thank you so much !!! The best explanation I have ever heard before!!


Thank you so much! it was clear for me! good class!


thanks so much, this lesson was very clear for me

lida velasquez

Thanks very much, i got a 100 in my quiz, the classes are very well, it was clear for me


hi gill thank you for the lesson a question in my school we have studied zero conditional but we called it open conditional, are they the same?


thank you so much for the explanation if clauses

AR Hakimi

Thanks a million mam for your wonderful lesson!It’s so useful,very clear,more informative.I love your lesson as always.If I learn English daily i will speak with great fluency.These four conditionals are very useful for me.


Thank you so much!
The best explanation.


Thank you Gill, I got it.


great ! I do understand all . Thanks for Gill


I’ve got 10 out of 10 💃💃💃
Thanks, teacher 👸
Your lesson was amazing for me
It is like magic, I’ve studied “If Conditional for many many times and couldn’t understand, but finally, I understand now, I can use it when I talk confidently
Thank you from my deepest of my heart ❤

Celina MO

Yeeeeeey. I got 10/10. Great Lesson.


Thank you so much, Gill! I think I got it now! So helpfui!


Thank you very much. Teaching is an art. You are a great teacher.


Thank you so much for explanation, Gill! Finally, I got it.


If I didn´t see in the whiteboard 4 conditional in the same time, I wouldn’t understand this.

Thanks Gill for explanation, a topic very hard and you teached very clear.


Thank you, I have learned a lot with you.


i got a 10 on 10
thankx gill ma’am you really helped me
may Allah bless you

hammad hassan

your class make me happy


Hello Ms. Gill, I have been watching your videos since a week or more. I have really enjoyed and learnt a lot. Thank you indeed.

Fakhri Al Balkhi

Thank you so much for the explanation.

Stela Maris

I really understood it now. Thank Gil

Bernardo Lamparina

Thank you for this video.
I have a question: Why conditional start with zero?


Hi teacher

Thin Wityee Htun

Not prefect yet. I got 8 points. I would have read more careful..Next time it will be better. I was a little confused about the question 9 & 10 so I swapped them. Thanks Gill


Thank you so much madam…It is very clear now. How can I take personal tuition from you. I want to improve my speaking ability


Hi Gill, I’d like to start by saying that you’re da bomb diggity!!! I luv luv luv every single lesson of yours that I’ve seen! Question – is the zero conditional really necessary from a practical standpoint? Doesn’t the 1st conditional sort of cover that ground – and therefore when you say “If you press this button, the TV comes on” or “If you press this button, the TV will come on” – aren’t you, in essence saying the same thing? Personally, I’ve never been taught the zero conditional and there’s never been an emphasis on the possibility/probability of the action; the focus has been on the correct “sequence of tenses” in each clause under the separate conditionals (“the formula” if you will) and I guess once I immersed myself into the English-speaking world, the sense of what conditional to use sort of “happened” naturally and effortlessly without having to consider the possibility/probability factors.

Another piece of advice that I’d like to solicit from you if you may – what’s the best approach to acquiring RP other than moving to the UK and surrounding yourself only with people who use RP regularly?

Thanks a million, Gill!!! I love ya to Della Reese’s pieces! Mwah!


    Sorry for the typos… Me *shakes head* at me own boo-boo’s :)


Really good explain. Thank you!


Thank you ms. Gill, your explanation was very helpful in my english exam.

Valentina Grass

Thank you, Gill


thanks for your lesson :-) love you Gill


thanks it has been very helpfull


Thank you very much Gıll. Thanks to you, I understoodthe subject that ı did not understand for a long time :))))))


Thanks 🙏 fro everything my teacher that lesson it was amazing


thank you so much, teacher, I hope if I get a chance to improve my English

Hussein umar

Thank you so much. for the 8th question of the quiz, which is written at the bottom, can’t we also use might have?
If he had worked harder at school, he __________ got a place at university. (3rd conditional)


Thank you so much! I have 10 out of 10
The 3RD conditional is difficult, I will practice more to maintain this


thank you so much 😊

souska souska

Dear Ms. Gill, thank you so much for the lesson! It was quite clearly, in detail and easy for understanding. I have a little about alternatives to “if”. In what cases can we use these forms: as long as, provided/providing (that), on condition (that), whether, supposing/suppose, and why? Faithfully yours, Maria.

Maria Tiktinskaya

    *have a little question, sorry.

    Maria Tiktinskaya

thank you

Hussein umar

wow really nice one

Hussein umar

Thanks, a very good explanation.

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