Several weeks ago I published a post on Conditionals. In the post, I tried to cover all the conditionals in one mind map and I think that I succeeded.
However, the post was unnecessarily complicated for lower level students. Therefore I created a simpler one for lower intermediate students who need to know only the second conditional. Here you can see the result.
Second conditional – mind map
The mind map very simply depicts the form and usage of the second conditional.
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7 Comments on “Second conditional – a simple explanation of a difficult grammar point”
thanks for these ideas
On question 4, there is an unnecessary word, “to”, before “Mother Theresa”. This makes any of the choices incorrect! Otherwise a very enjoyable quick game.
I will have a look at it. Thank you for your feedback
please upload the pics in jpg
OK I will do it in the new posts.
Could you tell me what software you use for making these mind maps? They are absolutely adorable 🙂 Thank you in advance for the reply.
I have been using iMindmap, Maple Mind and eDrawMax. All of the tools can do some wonderful things.