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The second conditional is a grammar structure designed to describe unlikely or hypothetical situations that are probably not going to happen. This lesson includes an explanation of the second conditional with a comparison to the first conditional, as well as exercises and a very involving activity to help students feel comfortable in using this notoriously difficult construction. PLEASE NOTE: It is highly advised that students complete the 1st Conditional before tackling this lesson!