first of all..what is the difference in use between the conditionals type 2 and type 3 I just can't get it.

2-link these two sentences with until(you can play outside.it's not dark outside yet. is that a proper question and if so what's the rigght answer for it?

first of all..what is the difference in use between the conditionals type 2 and type 3 I just can't get it.

2-link these two sentences with until(you can play outside.it's not dark outside yet. is that a proper question and if so what's the rigght answer for it?

2-link these two sentences with until(you can play outside.it's not dark outside yet. is that a proper question and if so what's the rigght answer for it?
"You can play outside until it gets dark."?

I'm not sure I fully understand your question.

then can you you help me in number 3 it really matters to me.:) thanks

first of all..what is the difference in use between the conditionals type 2 and type 3 I just can't get it.

2-link these two sentences with until(you can play outside.it's not dark outside yet. is that a proper question and if so what's the rigght answer for it?

I am sorry, as bhaisahab said, it is really difficult to understand your question.
Maybe if you explain it a little bit more we can help you.

Regarding the difference of conditionals, there are many available texts in internet. See for instance: First, Second, and Third Conditional

then can you you help me in number 3 it really matters to me.:) thanks

Firstly, a little more respect for your teacher might be in order.

Secondly - is the teacher perhaps asking you to report on the last book you read?

I could understand your question. I hope you could understand my answers.
1.
Native English speakers don't usually classify their conditionals because the classification is fuzzy and not mutually exclusive. To put it simply, different types of conditionals only differ in the likelihood in which the condition is fulfilled.

Type 1: Condition is likely.
"If I have time, I will go with you"
Type 2: Condition is unlikely.
"It I found the time, I would go with you"
Type 3: Condition is impossible.
"If I had found the time, I would have gone with you."
"If I were you, I would have gone myself."

2. "You can play outside until it gets dark (outside)".

3. "The last book I read is the Quran, with the message, 'Are those who know equal with those who know not? But only men (and women) of understanding will pay heed (to his or her teacher)…' (Az-Zumar: 9)".

sorry for saying that about the teacher but I was angry at her very little experience,and syku tahnks alot but you didn't really understand the third question Iwant you to report it not answer it.

sorry for saying that about the teacher but I was angry at her very little experience,and syku tahnks alot but you didn't really understand the third question Iwant you to report it not answer it.

If she is inexperienced, then more patience from her pupils will help her better than anger.

Do you mean that you are asked to put the sentence into a passive form?

first of all..what is the difference in use between the conditionals type 2 and type 3 I just can't get it.

2-link these two sentences with until(you can play outside.it's not dark outside yet. is that a proper question and if so what's the rigght answer for it?

If you want it in reported speech, try this: He/she asked me what book I had last read".

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