Second conditional games, worksheets and songs

About 25 pdfs and other teaching ideas for “If I were you,…”, “If I had…” etc. If you find anything useful here and want to help me put up more, please support TEFLtastic.

Updated 28 September 2020

Teaching second conditional article

Fun practice for the second conditional

Second conditional songs

Being Around by the Lemonheads (virtually all 2nd conditional – link to my worksheet)

What Would You Do? (EFL song by Ken Wilson)

All I Want is You (from the movie Juno, also including “will” for a useful contrast with the “would” in the second conditional) – NEW LINK

The Zombie Song by Stephanie Mabey (probably too difficult for students studying who need to study second conditional, but amusing and with possibilities for extensions if you can manage it) – NEW LINK

Photocopiable Second Conditional classroom activities

First and second conditional making proposals negotiating game (making students think carefully about the contrast in meaning between the two forms as they communicate)

Business moral dilemmas conditionals practice (all or almost all second conditional)

Trends and second conditional discuss and agree

World history second conditional discussion questions

Medical moral dilemmas

The supernatural Second conditional (error correction and discussion)

Second conditional ghosts discussion questions

Phrasal verbs and second conditional discussion (and a second version of the same thing)

Second conditional Elections speaking

Second conditional consequences

Second conditional sentence completion guessing game

Business second conditional sentence completion guessing game

Negotiations second conditionals

Business moral dilemmas Second Conditional

Business negotiations Second conditional

Related pages

Business second conditional worksheets page

Conditionals main page

Unreal past page

Mixed conditionals page

Advice, recommendations and suggestions page

3 Responses to Second conditional games, worksheets and songs

  1. Marcia says:

    I loved this . . . it really helped me!!! God Bless you fellows.

  2. sandra says:

    Thanks for sharing with busy teachers as I !!!!

  3. Álvaro Gaertner says:

    thanks for all

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