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1st comment. yay
And thank you so much for the leson mr. Benjamin

Trollergamer

Very useful lesson, if i had two millions i’d give you one. Thank Benjamin.

MatheVictorino

good lesson Thank you

gansukh

Good nice work

Muhammad Abbas

    in fact use it with amagin and dream

    beloo

I got 7 correct out of 10 but I am not fully command on such model verb how to use.

Muhammad Abbas

Thanks teacher Benjamin, so useful lesson.

nawazayo

Thank you very much!

EdwardTheGreat

If I were a millionaire, I would travel all around the world. I could also start a new life. And I should do it properly in a new country, too. As the teacher said, it´d be a dream coming true.

Emanoel Pereira

10 out of 10 :)

batuhanbora

Thanks Benjamin for this lesson….was great :)

marcos alexandre

Thanks Benjamin, Your lesson Cleared my concept.

Abdul Rehman Ismail

thank-i got 9 from 10

Tamaraaa

good lesson and nice jacket ;)

mieto1969

Thanks a lot

Vivimi

    AMAZING VIDEO THANK YOU SO MUCH.TOUGH WE HAVE THE SAME FLAG COLOR

    DRENI

What an impeccable lesson!. Thanks for sharing, Mr. Benjamin

Handika

Thanks Mr. Ben!!!
That jacket matches very well with a Harley or a Triumph. Do you like motorbikes??

knopfler86

Very good, Benjamin! If I were a rich man, I would pay US$ 1000 for each one of your English video lessons. Thanks a lot. Bye!

Júlio César L Sousa

10 out of10. Where is the dibby dibby dum?

deathstroke

10 of 10!

ngh0218

Thanks . I really got new information

safee

Thank you, Ben.

Pirro001

That structure of the sentences with modals verbs is quite hard to learn, But you made it easier.Thank you Benjamin ..

josevelasq

good lesson. Thanks

Ruben Hernandez

Thank you,Benjamin! I got 8/10

larysa6165

If I were rich in Ukraine I would not go to America.

larysa6165

10/10 = 100%

celiaoliveira

You’re the freakin best with Adam. No doubt

mescal

Hello from China~ Thanks for your lesson. Keep working for you and me

weimingzhe

Nice lesson, Benjamin. However, the quiz needs amending.

Please note that question 7 and 8 are NOT examples of the 2nd conditional; they are mixed conditional sentences (3rd + 2nd). As for question 9, both “was” and “were” are correct in current English. However, in testing situations and in formal writing I always recommend that you choose “were” in case the test key is imperfect.

David

I don’t understand why you use WERE with I which I think prefer is WAS. Thanks!

nguyen van long

I got 3/10 i am so sad😩

Shahad777

so do I

Ratanakiri Cambodia

The reason for using were instead of was (after I in this case) or the grammar or the grammar name of or grammar expression for it is called SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.

There is possibility to use was instead of were and it is and was using in some cases, but it is essentially grammatically incorrect or has essentially different meaning.

There is quite nice article about it here:

http://www.grammar.cl/english/if-i-were-you.htm

LeopoldMarek1

    This is exactly what I was wrong and I needed additional info.

    I answered WAS to bellow question:
    9. Cindy could come out and play with you if she _____ a good girl.
    Which is wrong. Correct is WERE, because WHERE is used for all persons.

    From site you have provided it is also very interesting exception. See bellow two examples:
    “If I WERE sick, I wouldn’t be here.”

    This is 2nd conditional: I + WERE. Because this is hypothetical, it isn’t true right now. I am not sick right now.

    But bellow is very interesting:
    “If I WAS sick, she would give me medicine that tasted terrible.”

    In this case “I + WAS” is not hypothetical and so it is not 2nd conditional. “If I was sick” it means “Whenever I was sick …” This is true, not hypothetical, and it just look like story telling.

    rokaly

The reason for using were instead of was (after I in this case) or the grammar or the grammar name of or grammar expression for it is called SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
There is possibility to use was instead of were and it is and was using in some cases, but it is essentially grammatically incorrect or has essentially different meaning.

LeopoldMarek1

If I were a native spiker I wouldn’t learn this lesson.

Aurora.win

    Many native speakers should also learn little bit of grammar. Sometimes I wonder why some strange form was used, but it well may be to the wrong grammar, because of modern day to day speech.

    rokaly

Thunks

Cadnaan

hello there,
I’ve got 10 out of 10.

jackciaus

Hello! for the question 10, “couldn’t” could be a good response?
I think, it’s just as..?! :/
Thanks..

kampor

Somebody can explain to me ‘How to use EVER’. I’m quite confused with this word.

thanh pham

    “When ever I would like to drink a beer, my wife prevents me to.”
    The as:
    “Every time I would like …”

    rokaly

Thanks Benjamin for this lesson. 10/10!!

Nallyver

You’re doing well as always :) I got 100 points because of your presentation if you were a cold-blooded person I
Wouldn’t get enjoy while watching this video :D

kolcuogluozan

A little bit hard for using in conversation.

Dmitry.M

I’d say so – slightly difficult for using in conversation (for my level).
Thank you Benjamin. Your lesson was good.

Dmitry.M

Great! 100 points

Onuroruc

i could not find the first leasens of learning english i want to start from begening can you help me

abdelhamidhabibi

I got 9/10. :)) One mistake when i mix up “was and were”.
Thank you for a good lession.
Take care everyone.

nguyenducsang

ı got it that we use ‘were’ when we use ‘I’ in ıf clause sentences. But in quiz ‘were’ using with ‘she’ . is that true? is that possible? or may ı use ‘was’then say ‘she’ ?

sirius54

Well, If I had passed my driving exam I WOULDN´T HAVE…” I was thinking a bus trip and to leave her alone at home. Ha!

elephant73

thank you.
from Mongolia

MGL

Thank you for this lesson Benjamin. Conditional is one of the most forgettable topics, at least for me.

You look great with that jacket …I want one too!

Ramiro.

Thank you Benjamin. you courage me to learn English.

manaseer9

thank you , i got 9 out of 10

hadil99

Good work.Thanks.

Vera Shmain

Great teaching! Thanks a lot Mr. Benjamin.
And this exam, I totally got 9 out of 10.

matt miona

If I were a millionaire, I wouldn’t be renting an apartment in Toronto. Instead I’d buy a house near Saint Clair West or Sandbanks.
If I were a millionaire, I would hire a nanny to look after my active and cute toddler.
And my last sentence, if I were a millionaire I could donate some money to all the great teachers at Engvid. Thanks Benjamin for the lesson and music.

Soleil23

I think the quiz have diferents condicional forms

Einewtons

Great teaching site and dainik bhashkar news paper

manish kumar bairwa

Thanks teacher and rider Benjamin, for this reviewing lesson!

If I weren’t satisfied, I wouldn’t congratulate you so much :)

Take care on the road.

Fabio Cicerre

Thank you.

pavanut2

why we have to use ” she were ” instead of ” she was “? Hoping Mr. Benjamin would reply this comment. Thank you :)

bellaamore

    If she studied she would be a good student. — it is a standard form of the 2nd Conditional.
    If she were to study she would be a good student. — if you use «were to do smth», you want to emphatize that this situation is highly unlikely to happen.

    JaneJe

Thank you

Abrarisa

thanks a million! I have a question, which one of these sentences is grammatically correct?
-I am looking forward to see you.
-I am looking forward to seeing you.
Thank you for your time.

Parya.Valizadeh

    Hi Parya. The second one is correct. Best wishes

    Soei

    After word “to” should always come “infinitive” so “see” in you sample.

    But this is some kind phrase, so correct is:
    -I am looking forward to seeing you.

    I would also like to have an explanation why is this exception, if someone knows.

    rokaly

Great lesson , thank you for teaching us .

Andreco

I got 9 correct answers yay

mzhda

    yaay…same here 9/10

    Saddamali111

great

Moderator note: Please don’t just leave one-word comments! Take an opportunity to practice your English. Here’s a cat gif.

y.assine

Hello!
Very thanks for the amazing video, I’m learning more from engvid every single day.
Taking this opportunity, is it possible to make questions using this structure? I mean, for example…
“If you were invisible, would you sneak into ladies room?”
Something like that…
Thank you again and please,fell free to correct my text.

Pehesovi

I got 8 /10

Ahmedabdo2

Well done mate. That lesson was ace. Thx.

gregukmansfield

I could swear I saw the 3rd conditional in the quiz. Didn’t I?

hiubhp

I’ve just got 8/10.Hic.I will try again.
Thank you!

phamquynhanh

    thats pretty decent score for a beginner

    faisal99

I got 10/10 , thank you for the lesson ^^

MeSH21

10/10. if I were a teacher I would have scored more than 10 lol

faisal99

thanks so much!

lfernanda

i finally had ten out of ten. Everytime is more and more difficult to learn english because in my case I don´t know anyone to speak English :(

CART

Thanks so much!!

Well Olliver

Thanks for the very clear explanation.

nivacm

Hey Benjamin!
Nice lesson, thank you. Where did you buy your leather jacket? That’s exactly the model I am looking for. If you would be so nice to give me the name of the brand, I could buy the same as you, and I would be so happy!
Is it a Schott? Thank you for your answer.

Silverback49

Thank you so much for your lesson.

Vugar Beshirov

Thanks dear Bejamin for the nice lesson. Even though It’s first times to learn with you but i enjoy this vdo!!!

polly poohly

she were?

alda

Mr.Benjamin I’d like to ask you to make a video about the word “Hence” because there’s a lot of sentences about this word that I don’t understand like “hence the dream” or “hence the bravery” or hence the importance” so would you please do this for me ???

Ali Eid

we learned ”I was” before, but why ”were”? to be polite? I couldn’t get the point in this incident.

atlisurahi

hi teacher i have a question i hope u help me
about question 9 why the answer is she were
i choose was and i got 90%
and thanks

k.abed

Benjamin, Do a lesson in a native way of speaking.(ignoring consonant sounds and etc.) I’ve been listening to all of you for a long time, although I do not usually log in, You people have never done even a single lesson speaking as fast as native speakers usually do. For the convenience of listeners, you may make them understand what you said before.
Benjamin Please, Do At least one lesson, I have commented the same on Adam’s Channel(an American Teacher on engvid)
I’ll be indebted to you if you do this for me.

Abdul Rehman Ismail

8 out of 10.. not bad. Thanks Benjamin..

Jingle15

it was a informative lesson. Thanks Benjamin :)

denis@

thank you so much

reem alchal

Hi Benjamin!
Thanks for the class…

Benjamin, please, can you give me an explanation about this answer:
Cindy could come out and play with you if she ________ a good girl.
will be
is
were
was

It is not supposed to be was?

Thanks again.

Hugs…

Joao A.

you are a very good teacher.

bishaldalui100

Hi Benjamin. I have a question :) Why is in question 9 “…she were..”? It should be ” she was”. should it?
Thanks and congratulations for yours videos ;)

Jusep

I got 8 out of 10.
I dont understand this one.
Cindy could come out and play with you if she ________ a good girl.
will be
is
were
was

I choice that if she was a good girl…
but correct answer is that if she were a good girl.
Why?
Thanks in advance….

We love ENGVID.

Htet Htet Hlaing

The question number 7 uses “conditional tense + verb in present perfect” instead of “conditional tense + verb in inf.”? is it still second conditional?

valentin30

Thanks a lot!

Soei

Wow, thank you, Benjamin!!I like your lessons! :)

aLyuba

Hello! Thank you for the video!
I have a question about the quiz. 8th question – is it a 3rd conditional?
If I HAD passED my driving exam, I WOULD HAVE GONE on the road trip with you.

And 7th question:
If I HAD studiED earlier, I ___________ have to stress out the night before my big test.
It’s not a Past Simple.

Just to understand:) Thank you!

chernomashyntseva

Hello Sir,

I would like to thank you for your great assistance. And if it wasn’t for you we would not have known all these grammar lessons.

fardinshah

love this lessson

valencia89

Thanks lot.
Great lesson:)

maatei2

Thank you sir

Satish@1

I could take 100 marks if I had watched your videos carefully.

Ibo5018

Good lesson. Thanks!

ThomasZhou

thanks a lot!

iriput

Thank you Benjamin

zoranseremet

thank you

bamfg

Nice…very clear. Thanks!!!!!

Luiz Brasil

i think this lesson is not finish yet , in fact we can use could in future even without if :
-the growing threat of cliamte change could define the contours of this century more dramatically –
barack obama paris nov,30,2015

hichem2014

thank you benjamin

vera shing

Thank you very much to help me unsdertand the conditionals!!
People I am really sorry for my Picture, I tried to change but I could not ;o(

ClauDri3

    Haha! You should be able to upload your own picture here.

    engVid Moderator

thanks Benjamin

john-paul

If i were your student,i would laugh all long. Thank you,teacher!

Madalin

I think, I have got it. Thanks Benjamin

Roithamer

Thank you! It’s very interesting. I’d like you to give the lesson about the third conditional.
Sorry, but i answered 9 from ten questionscorrectly

yaresolga

I love your accent

armstrang

Nice jacket

Gerlo

Thanks Benjamin, my score: 10/10 :D

Lucas Avelino

If I had only listened to my parents to study hard when I was a student, I would not experience this difficulty in studying English.

Freeman1968

When u talk in third person, can u put “were”? I don’t understand because in the test came out: “Cindy could come out and play with you if she WERE a good girl”.

marialarcon16

Got 10 out of 10 but leave the jacket at home!!!

WallyPinon

Thank you, Benjamin!!! If I were rich, I would pay you the million pounds you deserve!!!

JJulian

Thank you Benjamin

kheireddine007

Thanks ,Mr Benjamin , thats helpfull

AndrewMustafa

thank you for the lesson Mr benjamin i would you to review if i had had more money i would have traveled more than i do now ,
what kind of conditional is that ?

adrian cardenas puente 1974

thanks!!

Lore lore Mh

why we use were with i ,he and she

ABDALLAH MAHMOUD

thanks ? <3

tatuli gishchuki

Thank you very much. It has been a good lesson .

carlo graziano

the point number eight is 3rd conditional, isn´t it?

pussy in boots

Hi,
In 7 and 8, present perfect were used in if clauses.
Due to we are speaking strictly about second and not mixed conditionals, we should only use simple past, shouldn’t we?

jees

Hey Benjamin,
Thank you for the great lessons.
Just a comment! The 8th question in the test is actually the 3rd conditional, not the 2nd one. (If I had passed my driving…)

isaac.1201

Great lesson.
Now the exercise time
If + past simple + would/should/could + infinitive without TO

1. If I were an American girl, I wouldn’t have to prepare for the IELTS test.
2. If I were you, I would do anything to make it come true.
3. If I had the money you require, I should have given those to you for your medical treatment.
4. If I were a coco bird, I would fly all the skies and see the world right from above.
5. If only you were a great man, I would marry you and start a new.
6. I could buy a big home if I had not lend her my money.
7. If only there were some peanuts in the caddy, I could make an ice-cream shake and have fun.
8. I could go outside and enjoy rain if there were some park in the society.
9. If only I knew how to drive, I could visit my parents during such wonderful weather these days.
10. If only I had studied A levels, I wouldn’t have to study harder to improve my English language skills.
11. I could call my family to the big party at my home if I hadn’t ignored them a the time of my marriage.

Ashifa

    Good Phrases, those are came to add up.
    Thanks Ashifa!

    Rodrigo Carlos Dias

9/10!! Thank you so much.

Aleexandra

10/10! Thank you.

Gabriel Moura

If I wouldn’t learn English I couldn’t pass this test. I ‘ve done it. 100%.

JustineGoals

Tx for this video it is helpful, but I have a question 1.I______ a car.we_____ drive up to the mountains.( rent,can )
Answer : I rented a car.we could drive up to the mauntains. I mean my answer is correct or incorrect

cornelio Mok

If I were celebrity I would meet my favourite star.

Piyapond866

Why in the test “she was” is nor correctly? Why do it need “she were”?

ArtemusDenihk

    cuz it’s rule of conditional sentences type 2

    Louisa30

10 out of 10. Thank you!

Louisa30

9 of 10. Thanks

Emejota

Thanks much for this video !
If I were a millionaire, I would pay you a hundred dollars for every videos you make.

samsambeige08

hi cant we use i shuldnt

logman1918

In the test, isn’t the seventh question about the third conditional ?

Bice

Benjamin, Thank a lot! <3

AlessandroItaly

thank you

Aml Mounier

Hi Benjamin! Your lessons are always interesting. But sometimes I make mistakes: when I have to use the verbs “could” and “would” correctly.

Dmitry.M

Finally I understand conditionals thank you so much

tahaberktekin

Thank you Mr. Benjamin.

Alex-1956

Thanks a lot, 100

travelmama

Thank you!

Anna S89

“And if you saw my love, you’d love her, too” :)
thanks for the lesson

Emily

Thanks.

Abduke

Thank you,Benjamin! I got 9/10

imad messaoudi

Thanks Benjamin, I got 10/10.
This kind of class and subject is very useful for Our English development.
Have a nice Sunday!

Rodrigo Carlos Dias

I loved this teacher.
Thank you so much for your help.
If I were teacher, I would teach like him :)

dimadigu

Muchas gracias Benjamin!

gussystar55

thank you Ben, nice jacket

StepanKuksenko

Great!

m3arafa

8/10. Good lesson

aarushpro09

I got 10/10
Thanks

Nazanin Zahra .T

9 Cindy could come out and play with you if she ________ a good girl

thanks, i had a doubt number 9 if third personal you must use was, why the answer it was “were”

avictoria
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