Conditional clauses_exercises + keys - English 11-12

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1) If it rains, the boys won't play hockey.

2) If he grew his own vegetables, he wouldn't have to buy them.

3) Jim would see whisky destilleries if he travelled to Scotland.

4) Would you go out more often if you didn't have to do so much in the house.

5) She wouldn't have yawned the whole day if she hadn't stayed up late last night.

6) If you wait a minute, I'll come with you.

7) If we arrived at 10, we would miss Tyler's presentation.

8) We would have helped John if we'd known about his problems.

9) If they had used new batteries, their camera would have worked correctly.

10) If I went anywhere, it would be New Zealand.

 

 

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Choose the correct phrases and form a Conditional sentence - type I or II. Mind the position of the if-clause and negations. 1) If we to Dresden, it will be a fantastic trip. 2) I the school bus if I don't get up early. 3) Harriet would stay longer in Vienna if she more time. 4) She the people in Peru if she bought her coffee beans in this shop. 5) If I don't see Claire today, I her this evening. 6) If Carlos sailing, he'll need a life-jacket. 7) If my brother his car here, the traffic warden would give him a ticket. 8) You'll catch a cold if you a pullover. 9) If you drink more of this sweet lemonade, you sick. 10) If Marcus sings under the shower, I the radio up to full volume. Keys If we cycle to Dresden, it will be a fantastic trip. 2) I will miss the school bus if I don't get up early. 3) Harriet would stay longer in Vienna if she had more time. 4) She would support the people in Peru if she bought her coffee beans in this shop. 5) If I don't see Claire today, I will phone her this evening. 6) If Carlos goes sailing, he'll need a life-jacket. 7) If my brother parked his car here, the traffic warden would give him a ticket. 8) You'll catch a cold if you don't wear a pullover. 9) If you drink more of this sweet lemonade, you will get sick. 10) If Marcus sings under the shower, I will turn up the radio up to full volume. Choose the correct phrases and form a Conditional sentence - type I, II or III. Mind the position of the if-clause and negations. 1) If I to Leipzig, I'll visit the zoo. 2) If it , we'd be in the garden. 3) If you a lighter jacket, the car driver would have seen you earlier. 4) We TV tonight if Peter hadn't bought the theatre tickets. 5) She wouldn't have had two laptops if she the contract. 6) If I were a millionaire, I in Beverly Hills. 7) You would save energy if you the lights more often. 8) If we had read the book, we the film. 9) My sister could score better on the test if the teacher the grammar once more. 10) They on time if they hadn't missed the train. Keys If I go to Leipzig, I'll visit the zoo. If it didn't rain, we'd be in the garden. 3) If you had worn a lighter jacket, the car driver would have seen you earlier. 4) We would have watched TV tonight if Peter hadn't bought the theatre tickets. 5) She wouldn't have had two laptops if she had not signed the contract. 6) If I were a millionaire, I would live in Beverly Hills. 7) You would save energy if you switched off the lights more often. 8) If we had read the book, we would have understood the film. 9) My sister could score better on the test if the teacher explained the grammar once more. 10) They might have arrived on time if they hadn't missed the train. Form Conditional sentences using the forms from the dropdown menu. Mind the positions of the if clauses and the negations. 1) If it rains, the boys hockey. 2) If he his own vegetables, he wouldn't have to buy them. 3) Jim whisky destilleries if he travelled to Scotland. 4) Would you go out more often if you so much in the house. 5) She wouldn't have yawned the whole day if she late last night. 6) If you a minute, I'll come with you. 7) If we arrived at 10, we Tyler's presentation. 8) We John if we'd known about his problems. 9) If they new batteries, their camera would have worked correctly. 10) If I went anywhere, it New Zealand. Keys 1) If it rains, the boys won't play hockey. 2) If he grew his own vegetables, he wouldn't have to buy them. 3) Jim would see whisky destilleries if he travelled to Scotland. 4) Would you go out more often if you didn't have to do so much in the house. 5) She wouldn't have yawned the whole day if she hadn't stayed up late last night. 6) If you wait a minute, I'll come with you. 7) If we arrived at 10, we would miss Tyler's presentation. 8) We would have helped John if we'd known about his problems. 9) If they had used new batteries, their camera would have worked correctly. 10) If I went anywhere, it would be New Zealand. Form Conditional sentences. 1) If you like, you for two days. 2) If I the film in the cinema, I wouldn't have watched it on TV again. 3) If the parents bought the cat, their children very happy. 4) Metal if you heat it. 5) He my e-mail if he'd been online yesterday evening. 6) They'd have been able to return the bottle if they the labels. 7) If she up her room, she must find the receipt. 8) What if you had a million dollars. 9) Where would you live if you younger. 10) If you for a little moment, I'll tell the doctor you are here. Keys 1) If you like, you can stay for two days. 2) If I had seen the film in the cinema, I wouldn't have watched it on TV again. 3) If the parents bought the cat, their children would be very happy. 4) Metal expands if you heat it. 5) He should have received my e-mail if he'd been online yesterday evening. 6) They'd have been able to return the bottle if they hadn't torn off the labels. 7) If she tidies up her room, she must find the receipt. 8) What would you do if you had a million dollars. 9) Where would you live if you were younger. 10) If you will wait for a little moment, I'll tell the doctor you are here. Find the correct conditions (types of if-clauses). Mind the underlined verb forms. 1) If it rains, I'll wear a raincoat. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 2) If we had taken enough water, we wouldn't have been thirsty. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 3) If Rose were older, she would go to the party. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 4) Harry could fly to Helsinki if he had more money. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 5) If Mark does the washing up, his mother will have more time for him. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 6) What would you do if you saw a burglar? type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 7) We might have had a glass of hot chocolate if you had bought some milk. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 8) If I were you I should keep the secret. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 9) Ron would understand more if the teacher spoke clearly. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 10) If Doris had got up earlier, she wouldn't have been late for school. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) Find the correct conditions (types of if-clauses). 1) If it wasn't so late, I would go shopping. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 2) Henry would have phoned his mother if he hadn't written the text message. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 3) I would buy a Ferrari if I had a lot of money. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 4) If we had known of your arrival, we would have been at the airport. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 5) I could have helped you if you had told me the truth. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 6) If you were driving from Budapest to Munich which way would you go? type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 7) We ought to have arrived at lunchtime if we hadn't taken the M25. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 8) If the weather had been better, the plane might not have crashed. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 9) We can visit the museum if we have time. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) 10) If Andy had played in the team, they might have won the match. type I (probable condition) type II (improbable condition) type III (impossible condition) Put the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Form a Conditional sentence - type III. Mind the position of the if-clause. Example: I ___________ (to bake) a cake if I _________ (to know) that they were coming. Answer: I would have baked a cake if I had known that they were coming. or I'd have bought a a cake if I'd known that they were coming. 1) If it (to be) warmer, we (to go) swimming. 2) My parents (to buy) this house if the man (not/to sell) it to someone else. 3) If he (not/to fail) his driving test, his parents (to lend) him their car. 4) If my uncle (to tell) me the way to his office, I (not/to arrive) so late. 5) She (to be) at the airport if she (to read) the message carefully. 6) Lucy (not/to hurt) her foot if she (not/to drop) the old box. 7) If you (to use) a sharp knife, you (not/to cut) yourself. 8) If Victoria (to celebrate) her birthday at home, I (to bring) her some flowers. 9) We (to take) the train to Edinburgh if it (to run) on time. 10) If Max (not/to forget) my schoolbag, he (to give) you your USB flash drive. Keys 1) If it had been warmer, we would have gone swimming. 2) My parents would have bought this house if the man had not sold it to someone else. 3) If he had not failed his driving test, his parents would have lent him their car. 4) If my uncle had told me the way to his office, I would not have arrived so late. 5) She would have been at the airport if she had read the message carefully. 6) Lucy would not have hurt her foot if she had not dropped the old box. 7) If you had used a sharp knife, you would not have cut yourself. 8) If Victoria had celebrated her birthday at home, I would have brought her some flowers. 9) We would have taken the train to Edinburgh if it had run on time. 10) If Max had not forgotten my schoolbag, he would have given you your USB flash drive.

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