Conditionals and Reported Speech - The Third Conditional
The third conditional is used when speaking about regrets and excuses. This video is specifically aimed at teaching the third conditional in an ESL setting.
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Modal are used in context to express such things as obligation, ability, and advice. These verbs, which don't change form according to the subject include, could/would/may might/should/etc. Active voices and passive voices describe sentences with the same meaning, however, in the passive, the object of the active verb becomes the subject of the passive verb while the active focuses on the agent. Clauses consist of independent, dependent, and relative, all of which differ in terms of their context in association with the other.