Get your students writing sentences in a fun, engaging way! Practice expressing what people would do in different situations and circumstances.
Students roll 2 dice (or one two times) and use the numbers to determine what they must include in their sentences. For both sets, one of the dice will determine who they will write/talk about in the conditional ( who would do something).
In the first set, the second roll determines the "but" clause (why that won't happen). Students will have to express what the subject would do if that weren't the case.
In the second set, one roll determines the "if" clause (if this were the case). Students need to think about if that situation were true, what would the subject do or not do.
*I like to give them a minimum number of words they must have (will differ depending on level) or tell them what pieces of information they must have (w/whom, where, when, why, etc.) If I want to make it last longer, I will gradually add more. For example, first they just need to include where. After a bit, they must include where and when. Then, I'll say they have to include where, when, and why, etc.