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                             Conditional Exercise 4.1


Use  (first / second / third conditionals)

 

1.    (First conditional) If we    (not / work) harder, we (not pass) the exam.

2.    (Third conditional) If the students    (not be) late for the exam, they    (pass).
3.    (Third conditional) If the weather    (not be) so cold, we (go) to the beach.

4.    (Second conditional) If she    (have) her laptop with her, she  (email) me.

5.    (First conditional) If she    (not go) to the meeting, I  (not go) either.

6.    (Third conditional) If the baby    (sleep) better last night, I (not be) so tired.

7.    (First conditional) If the teacher        (give) us lots of homework this weekend, I    (not be) happy.
8.    (Second conditional) If Lucy    _ (have) enough time, she (travel) more.

9.    (First conditional) If the children    (not eat) soon, they (be) grumpy.

10.    (First conditional) If I    (not go) to bed soon, I (be) tired in the morning.
11.    (Second conditional) If I    (want) a new car, I (buy) one.

12.    (Second conditional) If José    (not speak) good French, he (not move) to Paris.

13.    (First conditional) If John    (drink) too much coffee, he (get) ill.

14.    (Third conditional) If we    (tidy) our flat, we (not lose) our keys.

15.    (Third conditional) If Luke    (not send) flowers to his mother, she    (not be) happy.
16.    (Second conditional) If the children    (be) in bed, I (be able to) have a bath.

17.    (Second conditional) If you    (not be) so stubborn, we (not have) so many arguments!

18.    (Third conditional) If Julie    (not go) to Sweden, she (go) to Germany.

19.    (First conditional) If she    (go) to the library, she (study) more.

20.    (Third conditional) If we    (not have) an argument, we (not be) late.
21.    (Second conditional) If you    (arrive) early, it (be) less stressful.

22.    (Third conditional) If I _    (not go) to the party, I  (not meet) Amanda.

23.    (Second conditional) If Julie    (like) chocolate, I  (give) her some.

24.    (Second conditional) If Luke    (live) in the UK, I (see) him more often.

25.    (Third conditional) If the children    (not eat) all that chocolate, they    (feel) sick.
26.    (First conditional) If they    (not / arrive) soon, we (be) late.

27.    (Third conditional) If she    (study) Mandarin, she  (go) to Beijing.

28.    (Second conditional) If we    _ (not be) so tired, we (go) out.

29.    (First conditional) If you    (buy) the present, I (wrap) it up.

30.    (First conditional) If Lucy    (not quit) her job soon, she (go) crazy.
 

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