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My name is Ross.
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What’s the difference between the first conditional and the second conditional?
First conditional is used when we are talking about real, possible situations.
For example, if it rains, I will get wet. Or I will watch a movie tonight if I finish my work in time.
We use “if” and “will” with the first conditional.
Second conditional is used when we are talking about unreal, impossible situations.
For example, if I were a bird I would fly to Okinawa.
Or I would buy a Ferrari if I won the lottery.
We use “if” and “would” with the second conditional.
If you won the lottery, what would you buy?
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Boom, hello and welcome to Boom English, one minute English lessons from Cubes Cafe. My name is Ross. For the full transcript click the link below. What’s the difference between going to and will? Going to is used when we are talking about a plan we have already made. For example, tomorrow I am going to Disneyland. I have already bought my tickets and I am going to meet my friends at 9.00 in front of the gates. I can’t wait. Will is used when we don’t have a plan but we decide now to do something. For example, what can I have for dinner? Hmm. I know! I will order pizza and I will watch a movie. Do you have any plans for this weekend or will you decide to do something when you wake up on Saturday morning? Write your plans in the comments below. Going to. Will. Thank you bye.