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Discussion #14A – Conditional sentence search – Delta

From 2021SP-ESL-2AG-1748, 2021SP-ESL-2AG-1762, 2021SP-ESL-2BG-1775, 2021SP-ESL-2BG-4965

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1] Using all the chapters we have read in Duhigg’s text, find 6 conditional sentences and then explain their meaning. Quote from the text properly, using the page number.

2] Then comment on a groupmate’s post with a minimum of 5 sentences to tell them what you agree/disagree with and to ask any questions you have.

Example Quote: “If you get those elements right, Hopkins promised, it was like magic”(36).

Meaning: Getting the cue and reward correct works like magic in getting people to start a habit,

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Discussion #14B – On one condition – Delta

From 2021SP-ESL-2AG-1748, 2021SP-ESL-2AG-1762, 2021SP-ESL-2BG-1775, 2021SP-ESL-2BG-4965

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Part one – Create different types of conditional sentences using your own words and incorporating ideas from Dweck’s text. I will provide an example of each type of conditional, and then you will create three more sentences.

Part two – Once you have posted your answers, respond to one groupmate with a minimum of 5 sentences. Tell them if you agree/disagree with their ideas, help them fix errors, and ask any questions you have.

Part one:

1] Zero conditionals – show cause and effect : both parts of the sentence in present tense.

example] People have better success when they have help in overcoming their addictions.

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2] First conditionals – most likely will, happen if condition fulfilled : If + simple present, future with will.

example] People will successfully change their habits if they identify the correct habit loop.

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3] Second Conditionals – most likely won’t happen, but it is possible: If + simple past, would + base verb

Example] If people created many positive habits, they would have more success.

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4] Third Conditionals – did not happen in the past, so condition cannot be fulfilled: If + past perfect, would/could/should have + past participle

Example] If Bachman had not gone to the casino, she wouldn’t have lost all that money.

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