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Grammar Exercises - Conditional sentences


Do the exercises below on conditional sentences and click on the button to check your answers.

(Before doing the exercises you may want to read the lesson on conditional sentences)

Match the numbers with the letters to form conditional sentences:

1. If I were a millionaire,
2.
She wouldn't have  had an accident
3.
I’ll watch the film,
a. if I finish early.
b.
I would buy a beautiful car.
c.
if she had driven carefully.

Decide which of the sentences below is conditional type 1, 2 & 3 :

  1. If I were rich, I would travel around the world.
  2. She wouldn't have missed the train if she had woken up earlier.
  3. I’ll call you if I come back early.

Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense (conditional 1):

  1. conditionalsIf I (finish) early, I will call you.
  2. I (catch) the 9:00 train if I hurry up .
  3. She will know the answer, if she (try) to understand.

Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense (conditional 2):

  1. If I (be) a star, I would help the needy.
  2. He (buy) a house if he had a job.
  3. She (be) happy, if she married him .

Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense (conditional 3):

  1. If he (be) careful, he would not have had that terrible accident.
  2. I (pass) the exam if I had worked hard .
  3. Her father would not have died, if he (go) to the doctor.

Choose the correct answer:

  1. If I (wake up) early, I’ll go jogging.
  2. He (visit) his uncle, if he finishes early.
  3. If she had taken care of her son, he (not/become) a criminal.
  4. If I were a star, I (help) the poor.
  5. She would have been top of her class if she (work) hard.

Warning

Before submitting the test, check the following:

  • Punctuation and capitalization
  • Spelling
  • Spaces (don't add any unnecessary spaces)

Such mistakes would cost you valuable points. Good luck!

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Conditional sentences.
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