Flashcards on Conditional Type 3

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What is Conditional Type 3?

Conditional Type 3 is used to refer to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What are the usage of Conditional Type 3?

Conditional Type 3 is used to describe what might have happened if something different had happened in the past.

What are the examples of sentences in Conditional Type 3?

If I had studied harder, I would have passed the exam.

What is the form of Conditional Type 3?

If + Past Perfect, + Would + have + Past Participle

What is the difference between Conditional Type 2 and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Conditional Type 2 and Conditional Type 3 is that Conditional Type 2 refers to a possible condition and its probable result while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition and its probable result.

Can we use 'Will' in Conditional Type 3?

No, we cannot use 'Will' in Conditional Type 3. We use 'Would' instead.

What are the other names of Conditional Type 3?

Conditional Type 3 is also known as 'Unreal Past Conditionals'.

How many parts are there in Conditional Type 3?

There are two parts in Conditional Type 3: impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What verb tense is used in the impossible condition in Conditional Type 3?

Past Perfect verb tense is used in the impossible condition in Conditional Type 3.

What verb tense is used in the probable result in Conditional Type 3?

'Would have' + Past Participle verb tense is used in the probable result in Conditional Type 3.

Is Conditional Type 3 used only in past sentences?

Yes, Conditional Type 3 is used only in past sentences.

What is the difference between Zero Conditional and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Zero Conditional and Conditional Type 3 is that Zero Conditional refers to a fact that is always true while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is the difference between Conditional Type 1 and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Conditional Type 1 and Conditional Type 3 is that Conditional Type 1 refers to a possible condition in the present or future and its probable result while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is the difference between Second Conditional and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Second Conditional and Conditional Type 3 is that Second Conditional refers to a possible condition in the present or future and its probable result while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is the difference between Third Conditional and Conditional Type 3?

Third Conditional and Conditional Type 3 are the same. They are used to refer to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is Conditional Type 3?

Conditional Type 3 is used to refer to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What are the usage of Conditional Type 3?

Conditional Type 3 is used to describe what might have happened if something different had happened in the past.

What are the examples of sentences in Conditional Type 3?

If I had studied harder, I would have passed the exam.

What is the form of Conditional Type 3?

If + Past Perfect, + Would + have + Past Participle

What is the difference between Conditional Type 2 and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Conditional Type 2 and Conditional Type 3 is that Conditional Type 2 refers to a possible condition and its probable result while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition and its probable result.

Can we use 'Will' in Conditional Type 3?

No, we cannot use 'Will' in Conditional Type 3. We use 'Would' instead.

What are the other names of Conditional Type 3?

Conditional Type 3 is also known as 'Unreal Past Conditionals'.

How many parts are there in Conditional Type 3?

There are two parts in Conditional Type 3: impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What verb tense is used in the impossible condition in Conditional Type 3?

Past Perfect verb tense is used in the impossible condition in Conditional Type 3.

What verb tense is used in the probable result in Conditional Type 3?

'Would have' + Past Participle verb tense is used in the probable result in Conditional Type 3.

Is Conditional Type 3 used only in past sentences?

Yes, Conditional Type 3 is used only in past sentences.

What is the difference between Zero Conditional and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Zero Conditional and Conditional Type 3 is that Zero Conditional refers to a fact that is always true while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is the difference between Conditional Type 1 and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Conditional Type 1 and Conditional Type 3 is that Conditional Type 1 refers to a possible condition in the present or future and its probable result while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is the difference between Second Conditional and Conditional Type 3?

The difference between Second Conditional and Conditional Type 3 is that Second Conditional refers to a possible condition in the present or future and its probable result while Conditional Type 3 refers to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

What is the difference between Third Conditional and Conditional Type 3?

Third Conditional and Conditional Type 3 are the same. They are used to refer to an impossible condition in the past and its probable result in the past.

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