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Expressing Wishes and Regret

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ESL Lesson Handouts - Expressing-wishes-and-regret
Level
Advanced: C1, Intermediate: B1, Upper-Intermediate: B2
Target
Grammar, Vocabulary
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Collocations, Conditionals and If clauses, Seasonal, Vocabulary
Teaching Time
60 minutes
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2 Student Pages, Teaching Notes

Handout Objective

This handout has students practice using ‘if only’, used to express a strong wish that things could be different; to emphasize a regretful decision. It can be used to talk about past, present and future unreal conditions.

A regret is when you feel upset (sad or angry) about something you did or didn’t do in the past. When English speakers want to express a regret, something we wish would have been or happened differently in the past, we can use the third conditional. Commonly formed with two clauses, the IF clause and the RESULT clause. The IF clause uses the past perfect, and the result clause uses the modal verbs ‘would’, ‘could’, or ‘might’ + have + past participle.

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My best year. My worst year.

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ESL Lesson Handouts - My-best-year-my-worst-year
Level
Advanced: C1, Intermediate: B1, Upper-Intermediate: B2
Target
Asking questions, Discussion, Grammar, Reading, Vocabulary
Tags
Collocations, Conditionals and If clauses, Seasonal, Vocabulary
Teaching Time
60 minutes
Included
2 Student Pages, Teaching Notes

Handout Objective

Students are introduced to common phrases and how to talk about things they regret, things that led them to where they are and how their lives might have been different. The Third Conditional is reviewed.

Collocations reviewed in this handout:
to graduate: to complete studies, to land: to obtain or get, to get engaged; to to agree to get married, to get caught: to be discovered or found out, to be sentenced: to go to prison, to get involved with: to become a part of.

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Expressing Wishes and Regret

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ESL Lesson Handouts - Expressing-wishes-and-regret
Level
Advanced: C1, Intermediate: B1, Upper-Intermediate: B2
Target
Grammar, Vocabulary
Tags
Collocations, Conditionals and If clauses, Seasonal, Vocabulary
Teaching Time
60 minutes
Included
2 Student Pages, Teaching Notes

Handout Objective

This handout has students practice using ‘if only’, used to express a strong wish that things could be different; to emphasize a regretful decision. It can be used to talk about past, present and future unreal conditions.

A regret is when you feel upset (sad or angry) about something you did or didn’t do in the past. When English speakers want to express a regret, something we wish would have been or happened differently in the past, we can use the third conditional. Commonly formed with two clauses, the IF clause and the RESULT clause. The IF clause uses the past perfect, and the result clause uses the modal verbs ‘would’, ‘could’, or ‘might’ + have + past participle.

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My best year. My worst year.

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ESL Lesson Handouts - My-best-year-my-worst-year
Level
Advanced: C1, Intermediate: B1, Upper-Intermediate: B2
Target
Asking questions, Discussion, Grammar, Reading, Vocabulary
Tags
Collocations, Conditionals and If clauses, Seasonal, Vocabulary
Teaching Time
60 minutes
Included
2 Student Pages, Teaching Notes

Handout Objective

Students are introduced to common phrases and how to talk about things they regret, things that led them to where they are and how their lives might have been different. The Third Conditional is reviewed.

Collocations reviewed in this handout:
to graduate: to complete studies, to land: to obtain or get, to get engaged; to to agree to get married, to get caught: to be discovered or found out, to be sentenced: to go to prison, to get involved with: to become a part of.

Read More
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