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 CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I, II, III AND MIXED 
I. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
Ex: If it rains (it/rain), we won't go (we/not/go) fishing.
1. If _____ the weather is_____(the weather/be) beautiful tomorrow, ______we will drive______(we/drive)
to the beach.
2. If _____she sends______ (she/send) the letter now, _____they will receive_______ (they/receive) it
tomorrow.
3. _____Fred will be_______ (Fred/be) angry if ______Jack arrives_____ (Jack/arrive) late again.
4. ________I will come______ (I/come) to your house if ___I have_____(I/have) enough time.
5. If _____she doesn’t pass_______ (she/not/pass) this exam, ______she won’t get______ (she/not/get) the
job that she wants.
6. _______________ (you/learn) a lot if _____________ (you/take) this course.
7. If ____________ (I/get) a ticket, ________________(I/go) to the cinema.
8. ____________ (I/buy) that machine if _______________(it/not/cost) too much.
9. ____________ (you/run) very fast if______________ (you/catch) the taxi.
10. __________(I/go) to the doctor's if ____________ (I/not/feel) better tomorrow.
11. If ______________ (they/win) this match, ___________ (they/be) the champions.
II. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
Ex: A: We must be at the theatre at 7 o'clock.

 B: Well, if we take (we/take) a bus at six o'clock, we won't be (we/not/be) late.

1. A: I'd like a magazine.
B: Well, _________ (I/buy) one for you if _________(I/go) to the shop later.
2. A: Has Jack phoned yet?
B: No, and if ________ (he/not/phone) this afternoon, _________ (I/phone) him this evening.
3. A: Is Mary there, please?
B: No, but if ________ (you/want) to leave a message,_________ (I/give) it to her.
4. A: Is Tom going to pass his exam?
B: Well, ________ (he/fail) if ________ (he/not/study) harder.
5. A: Could I have some information about this year's concerts, please?
B: Yes, if _________ (you/fill in) this form, _________(I/send) it to you in the post
III. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
1) If we __________ (to send) an invitation, our friends __________ (to come) to our party.
2) He __________ (not/to understand) you if you __________ (to whisper).
3) They __________ (not/to survive) in the desert if they __________ (not/to take) extra water with them.
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4) If you __________ (to press) CTRL + s, you __________ (to save) the file.
5) You __________ (to cross) the Channel if you __________ (to fly) from Paris to London.
6) Fred __________ (to answer) the phone if his wife __________ (to have) a bath.
7) If Claire __________ (to wear) this dress at the party, our guests __________ (not/to stay) any longer.
8) If I __________ (not/ to touch) this snake, my girlfriend __________ (not/to scream).
9) She __________ (to forget) to pick you up if you __________ (not/to phone) her.
10) I __________ (not/ to remember) you if you __________ (not/ to give) me a photo.
IV. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
1. If I (study) _____________ , I (pass) _____________ the exams.
2. If the sun (shine) ____________, we (walk) _____________ to the town.
3. If he (have) __________ a temperature, he (see) ___________ the doctor.
4. If my friends (come) ___________, I (be) ______________ very happy.
5. If she (earn) ___________ a lot of money, she (fly) _____________ to New York.
6. If we (travel) ___________ to London, we (visit) _____________ the museums.
7. If you (wear) __________ sandals in the mountains, you (slip) __________ on the rocks.
8. If you (wear) __________ sandals in the mountains, you (slip) __________ on the rocks.
9. If Rita (forget) ___________ her homework, the teacher (give) _________ her a low mark.
10. If they (go) ________________ to the disco, they (listen) ___________ to loud music.
11. If you (wait) ____________ a minute, I (ask) ______________ my parents.
V. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
1. If it (rain) ______________, the children (not go) ____________ for a walk.
2. If she (not read) ____________ the novel, she (not pass) ____________ the literature test.
3. If I (not argue) _______________ with my father, he (lend) _____________ me his motorbike.


4. If we (take) _____________ the bus, we (not arrive) __________ in time.
5. If Dick (not buy) ___________ the book, his friends (be) _____________ angry with him.
6. If Tom (not tidy up) ______________ his room, Victoria (not help) _______________ him with the
muffins.
7. If the boys (not play) ___________ football, the girls (not come) _______________ to the football
pitch.
8. If you (eat) _____________ too much junk food, you (not lose) _______________ weight.
9. If I (not make) _______________ breakfast tomorrow morning, my girlfriend (not love)
_______________ me anymore.
10. If they (not hurry) ______________, they (not catch) _______________ the train.
11. If we meet at 9:30, we (to have) ___________ plenty of time.
12. If we (send) _________ an invitation, our friends (come) _________ to our party.
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13. He (not/ understand) ____________ you if you (whisper) __________.
14. They (not/ survive) ________ in the desert if they (not/ take) __________ extra water with them.
15. If you (press) __________ CTRL + S, you (to save) __________ the file.
VI. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE II.
1. If we (have) ________ a yacht, we (sail) ________ the seven seas.
2. If he (have) ________ more time, he (learn) ________ karate.
3. If they (tell) ________ their father, he (be) ________ very angry.
4. She (spend) ________ a year in the USA if it (be) ________ easier to get a green card.
5. If I (live) ________ on a lonely island, I (run) ________ around naked all day.
6. We (help) ________ you if we (know) ________ how.
7. My brother (buy) ________ a sports car if he (have) ________ the money.
8. If I (feel) ________ better, I (go)________ to the cinema with you.
9. If you (go) ________ by bike more often, you (be / not) ________ so flabby.
10. She (not / talk) ________ to you if she (be) ________ mad at you.
VII. GIVE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS (TYPE I AND II)
1. If I (have) ________________ a typewriter, I could type it myself.
2. You could make much progress if you (attend) ________________ class regularly.
3. If I (know) ________________ his telephone number, I would give it to you.
4. If you are kind to me, I (be) _______________ good to you.
5. He (come) _______________ if you waited.
6. If he (study) ________________ harder, he can pass an exam.
7. She may be late if she (not hurry) ________________.
8. What (you do) ________________ if you got fat ?
9. If you (ring) _______________ the bell, the servant would come.
10. If it (not, rain) _______________ a lot, the rice crop wouldn’t grow.
11. If today (be) _______________ Sunday, we wouldn’t have to work.
12. We lost the match. If you (play) _______________ for us, we (win) _______________.
13. They would not be paid unless they (do) _______________ their work well.
14. If I became very rich, I (build ) _______________ a hospital for the poor.
15. If he (give) _______________ up smoking, as his doctor orders, he will be soon well again.
16. You would have to stay in bed unless your health (improve) _______________.
17. If I (have) ________________ a typewriter, I could type it myself.
18. You could make much progress if you (attend) ________________ class regularly.
19. If I (know) ________________ his telephone number, I would give it to you.
20. If he (study) ________________ harder, he can pass an exam.
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VIII. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER A ,B ,C OR D.
1. If I ………….….a lot of money now, I …………..a new car.
A. have /will buy

B. have / would buy

C. had/ will buy

D. had/ would buy.

2. If I ……………you, I …………………….do that.
A. am/ will

B. were /would

C. were / will

D. had been/ would.

3. If I were offered the job, I think I ………………………….…. it.
A. take

B. will take

C. would take

D. would have taken.

4. I would be very surprised if he…………………….…………..
A. refuses

B. refused

C. had refused

D. would refuse.

5. Many people would be out of work if that factory………..down.
A. closes
6.

B. had closed

C. closed

D. would close.

If she sold her car, she ……………………..… much money.
A. gets

B. would get

C. will get

D. would have got.

7. They would be disappointed if we………………………………….
A. hadn’t come

B. wouldn’t come

C. don’t come D. didn’t come.

8. Would John be angry if I ……………..…. ……his bicycle without asking?
A. take

B. took

C. had taken

D. would take.

9. She ………………….….terribly upset if I lost this ring.
A. will be

B. would be

C. were

D. had been.

10. If someone…………in here with a gun, I would be very frightened.
A. would walk

B. walks

C. had walked

D. walked.

11. What would happen if you ……………..to work tomorrow?
A. don’t go

B. didn’t go

C. won’t go

D. wouldn’t go.

12. We ‘ll get wet if we ……………………………….out.
A. go

B. did go

C. went

D. had gone.

13. If I go shopping, I …………………….…some food.
A. buy

B. will buy

C. would buy

D. would have bought.

14. If I find it, I ……………………..………you.
A. will tell

B. would tell

C. had told

D. told.

15. What would you do if you……………a million dollars?
A. would win

B. win

C. had won

D. won.

16. If we took the 6: 30 train, we………………………………too early.
A. would arrived

B. arrived

C. will arrived

D. would arrive.

17. You won’t pass the examination……………you study more.
A. as long as

B. unless

C. if

D. whether.

18. If I were in your place, I ……………………….a trip to England.
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A. will make

B. had made

C. made.

D. would make.

19. If I …………………..…….. you , I’d save some of your lottery winning.
A. be

B. were

C. am

D. was

20. If I had enough money, I …………………… abroad to improve my English.
A. will go

B. should go

C. would go

D. should have go to

21. If it ………………... convenient, let’s go out for a drink tonight.
A. be

B. was

C. were

D. is

22. If you ……………..…. time, please write to me.
A. have

B. have had

C. had

D. has

23. If you had the chance, ……………………………… you go finishing?
A. did

B. would

C. may

D. do

24. Trees won’t grow ……………………... there is enough water.
A. if

B. when

C. unless

D. as

25. If you stay up late the previous night, you ………. sleepy the next morning.
A. feel

B. to feel

C. feels

D. will feel

26. If Peter …………………, Sarah will be sad because she wants to meet him very much
A. comes

B. do not come

C. does not come

D. will come

27. If you…………………………Tom , tell him I have a message for him.
A. will meet

B. would meet

C. meet

D. met

28. If you …………too hot during the night , turn down the central heating.
A. will feel

B. felt

C. feel

D. feels.

29. If you ……………….……with your dictionary, I ‘d like to borrow it.
A. finish

B. finished

C. will finish

D. are finishing.

IX. REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES, USING CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I AND II
1. He doesn't earn as much as I do because he doesn't work overtime.
 ………………………………………………
2. She's very shy; that's why she doesn't enjoy parties.
 ………………………………………………
3. My number isn't in the directory so people don't ring me up.
 ………………………………………………
4. He doesn't take any exercise; that's why he is so unhealthy.
 ………………………………………………
5. Don’t go out in the rain because you’ll get wet.
 If you………………………………………………
6. I can’t meet my girlfriend because I have to study.
 If I didn’t………………………………………………
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7. I feel miserable because Kate doesn’t love me.
 If Kate………………………………………………
8. I won’t enjoy the film if you aren’t with me.
 Unless you………………………………………………
9. I won’t go to the party because I’m not feeling well.
 I would………………………………………………
10. Girls don’t talk to you because you never smile.
 Girls would………………………………………………
11. There are too many cars. As a result, our planet is polluted.
 If there………………………………………………
X. COMPLETE THE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE III.
Ex: - If we (listen) ..... had listened....... the radio, we (hear) ........ would have heard.... the news.
- If you (switch) ...... had switched ....... on the lights, you (fall / not) ..... would have fallen... over the
chair.
- She (come) ... would have come...... our party if she (be / not) ..... hadn’t been.... on holiday.
1. If the weather ........................ (be) nice, they ........................ (play) football.
2. If we ........................ (go) a good restaurant, we ........................ (have) a better dinner.
3. If John ........................ (learn) more words, he ........................ (write) a good report.
4. If the boys ........................ (take) the bus school, they ........................ (arrive) on time.
5. If the teacher ........................ (explain) the homework, I ........................ (do) it.
6. If they ........................ (wait) for another 10 minutes, they ........................ (see) the pop star.
7. If the police ........................ (come) earlier, they ........................ (arrest) the burglar.
8. If you ........................ (buy) fresh green vegetable, your salad ........................ (taste) better.
9. If Alex ........................ (ask) me, I ........................ (email) the documents.
10. If he ........................ (speak) more slowly, Peggy ........................ (understand) him.
11. If you ........................ (check) the car, it ........................ (not/ break) down in the middle of the desert.
12. If it ........................ (not/ rain), the children ........................ (play) outside.
13. If my parents ........................ (not/ be) so tired, they ........................ (watch) the film on TV.
14. If she ........................ (buy) a new hard disk, she ........................ (not/ lose) all data.
15. If we ........................ (use) the town map, we ........................ (not/ get) lost.
16. If he ........................ (eat) more salad, he ........................ (not/ catch) a cold.
17. If the police ........................ (not/ stop) me, I ........................ (reach) you in time.
18. If his older brother ........................ (not/ drive) so fast, he ........................ (not/ crash) in the other car.
19. If Fred ........................ (not/ cheat) at the test, his teacher ........................ (not/ phone) his father.
20. If I ........................ (not/ switch off) the radio, I ........................ (know) about the second goal.
21. If it ........................ (be) warmer, we ........................ (go) swimming.
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22. My parents ........................ (buy) this house if the man ........................ (not/ sell)it someone else.
23. If he ........................ (not/ fail) his driving test, his parents ........................ (lend)him their car.
24. If my uncle ........................ (tell) me the way his office, I ........................ (not/ arrive) so late.
25. She ........................ (be) at the airport if she ........................ (read) the message carefully.
26. Lucy ........................ (not/ hurt) her foot if she ........................ (not/ drop) the old box on it.
27. If you ........................ (use) a sharp knife, you ........................ (not/ cut) yourself.
28. If Victoria ........................ (celebrate) her birthday at home, I ........................ (bring) her some
flowers.
29. We ........................ (take) the train Edinburgh if it ........................ (run) on time.
30. If Max ........................ (not/ forget) his schoolbag, he ........................ (give) you your USB flash
drive.
XI. GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
1. If we meet at 9:30, we …………………. (have) plenty of time.
2. Lisa would find the milk if she …………………. (look) in the fridge.
3. The zookeeper would have punished her with a fine if she …………………. (feed) the animals.
4. If you spoke louder, your classmates …………………. (understand) you.
5. Dan …………………. (arrive) safe if he drove slowly.
6. You …………………. (have) no trouble at school if you had done your homework.
7. If you …………………. (swim) in this lake, you'll shiver from cold.
8. The door will unlock if you …………………. (press) the green button.
9. If Mel …………………. (ask) her teacher, he'd have answered her questions.
10. I …………………. (call) the office if I was/were you.
XII. GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
1. If I had to make a speech I …………………. pretty nervous . (BE)
2. If I …………………. you were sleeping I would not have woken you. (KNOW)
3. If the weather …………………. fine tomorrow we will be able to go to the beach (BE).
4. You dog …………………. so fat if you didn't feed it so often (NOT BE).
5. If her hair were black she …………………. completely different (LOOK).
6. If the boy …………………. to Santa Clause, he won't get a present (NOT WRITE).
7. They …………………. to the meeting if they had been informed about it. (NOT COME)
8. If the trip hadn't been so expensive we …………………. reservations for a better hotel (MAKE).
9. If they …………………. him for permission he would have agreed (ASK).
10. I'll …………………. you the money if you pay me back next week. (GIVE)
11. The workers …………………. the road if they had had enough tools (BUILD).
12. If it …………………. yesterday we would have gone on a picnic (NOT RAIN).
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13. If they locked the door properly nobody …………………. into their house (BREAK).
14. If he …………………. much time he would go to the university (NOT WASTE).
XIII. GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. (TYPE I, II, III)
1. If we meet at 9:30, we (have) _________________plenty of time.
2. If you (find) _________________ a skeleton in the cellar, don't mention it to anyone.
3. The zookeeper would have punished her with a fine if she ( feed) _________________ the animals..
4. If you pass your examination, we (have) _________________a celebration.
5. Lisa would find the milk if she (look) _________________ for it in the fridge.
6. What (happen) _________________if I press this button?
7. The door will be unlocked if you (press)_________________ the green button.
8. I should have voted for her if I (have) _________________ a vote then.
9. If you go to Paris, where you (stay) _________________?
10. If you (swim) _________________ in this lake, you'll shiver from cold.
11. If someone offered to buy you one of those rings, which you (choose) _________________?
12. The flight may be cancelled if the fog (get) _________________thick.
13. If the milkman (come) _________________, tell him to leave two pints.
14. I (call) _________________ the office if I were you.
15. Someone (sit) _________________on your glasses if you leave them there.
16. You would hear my explanation if you (not talk) _________________so much.
17. What I (do) _________________if I hear the burglar alarm?
18. If you (read) _________________the instructions carefully, you wouldn't have answered the wrong
question.
19. If Mel (ask) _________________ her teacher, he'd have answered her questions.
20. I would repair the roof myself if I (have) _________________a long ladder.
21. Unless they turn that radio off, I (go) _________________mad.
22. If you were made redundant, what you (do) _________________?
23. We'll have a long way to walk if we (run) _________________out of petrol here.
24. If you shake that bottle of port, it (not be) _________________ fit to drink.
25. If you spoke louder, your classmates (understand) _________________ you.
26. I'll probably get lost unless he (come) _________________with me.
27. You (not have) _________________ so many accidents if you drove more slowly.
28. If you (wear) _________________ a false beard, nobody would have recognized you.
29. If she (leave) _________________ the fish here, the cat will eat it.
30. You (have) _________________ no trouble at school if you had done your homework.
31. Unless you (tell) __________________ the truth, I won’t help you.
32. You'll get pneumonia if you (not change) _________________ your wet clothes.
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33. If I had known that you couldn't eat octopus, I (not buy) _________________ it.
34. If they (hang) _________________ that picture lower, people would be able to see it.
35. She (be) _________________able to walk faster if she didn’t have such high-heel shoes.
36. I (bring) _________________ you some beer if I had known that you were thirsty.
37. If you had touched that electric cable, you (be) _________________ electrocuted.
38. If the story hadn't been true, the newspaper (not print) _________________ it.
39. I (not buy) _________________ things on the installment system if I were you.
40. Dan (arrive) _________________ safe if he drove slowly.
XIV. COMPLETE THE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM (TYPE I, II OR III).
1. If I (be) ........................ stronger, I'd help you carry the piano.
2. If we'd seen you, we (stop) ........................
3. If we (meet) ........................ him tomorrow, we'll say hello.
4. He would have repaired the car himself if he (have) ........................ the tools.
5. If you drop the vase, it (break) ........................
6. If I hadn't studied, I (pass) ........................ the exam.
7. I wouldn't go to school by bus if I (have) ........................ a driving licence.
8. If she (see) ........................ him every day, she'd be lovesick.
9. I (travel) ........................ to London if I don't get a cheap flight.
10. We'd be stupid if we (tell) ........................ him about our secret.
11. If I (wake up) ........................ early, I’ll go jogging.
12. He (visit) ........................ his uncle, if he finishes early.
13. If she had taken care of her son, he (not/become) ........................ a criminal.
14. If I were a star, I (help)

........................ the poor.

15. She would have been top of her class if she (work) ........................ hard.
XV. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER (CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I, II, III)
1. If I were you,

........................

a. I will marry him
2. If I had known,

b. I would marry him

c. I would have married him

b. I would lend you my car

c. I would have lent you my car

b. Would you call me

c. Would you have called me

........................

a. I will lend you my car
3. ........................ if you are free?
a. Will you call me
4. Would you buy this car if

........................ ?

a. If you have a million dollars
5. If you were to marry,
a. Who will you choose

b. If you had a million dollars

c. You had had a million dollars

........................ ?
b. Who would you choose

c. Who would you have chosen
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6. ....................... , water pours.
a. If you turn the tap
7. If I get there,

c. If you had turned the tap

b. I would call you

c. I would have called you

b. Would you help me

c. Would you have helped me

........................ .

a. I will call you
8.

b. If you turned the tap

........................ if I ask you?
a. Will you help me

9. If you had worked hard, ........................
a. You will pass the exam

b. You would pass the exam c. You would have passed the exam

XVI. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER (CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I, II, III)
1. What would you say if you ______ Bill Clinton?
a. meet

b. met

c. would meet

d. will meet

c. would lose

d. will lose

c. would stop

d. will stop

c. would stop

d. will stop

c. would be

d. will be

2. What would you do if you ______ your job?
a. lose

b. lost

3. If I ______ smoking, I would save $5000 a year.
a. stop

b. stopped

4. If I ______ smoking, I'll improve my health.
a. stop

b. stopped

5. If I ______ you, I'd speak to him about it.
a. am

b. were

6. If I ______ get back to London in time, I'll definitely come
a. can

b. could

c. would be able to

d. will be able to

c. would tell

d. will tell

c. would be

d. will be

c. wouldn't speak

d. won't speak

c. would let

d. will let

c. will create

d. would create

7. If I see him, I ______ him.
a. tell

b. told

8. If I ______ the Prime Minister, I'd reduce taxes.
a. am

b. was

9. If I saw her again, I ______ to her.
a. don't speak

b. didn't speak

10. If I hear from her, I ______ you know.
a. let (present)

b. let (past)

11. If we build it, it ______ 200 new jobs .
a. create

b. created

12. If I was offered the job and the salary was OK, I ______ it.
a. take

b. took

c. would take

d. will take

13. If we lose the contract, there ______ be redundancies.
a. have to

b. had to

c. will have to

d. would have to

14. I'd be very unhappy if we ______ to London.
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a. move

b. moved

c. will move

d. would move

15. If we gave John another chance, he ______ the same mistakes again.
a. make

b. made

c. will make

d. would make

c. will lose

d. would lose

c. won't go

d. wouldn't go

16. If we accepted their terms, we ______ millions.
a. lose

b. lost

17. If it rains this evening, I ______ out.
a. don't go

b. didn't go

18. If I catch the 10 o'clock flight, I ______ there at 12.
a. am

b. was

c. will be

d. would be

c. won't make

d. wouldn't make

19. If we gave you 10%, we ______ any money on it.
a. don't make

b. didn't make

20. If you needed a hand, I ______ come and help you out.
a. can

b. could

c. will be able to

d. would be able to

XVII. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER (CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I, II, III)
Q1 - If I ...... you, I would tell him straightaway
were

am

Q2 - If you ...... yellow and blue, you get green
will mix

mix

Q3 - If I .........., I would never have done it
knew

had known

Q4 - Unless you ...... things easy, you'll get ill
take

don't take

Q5 - ........, I'd have come immediately
If I know

If I had known

Q6 - If I ...... you, I would never have done that
had been

were

Q7 - Provided you ........ there half an hour before it starts, you'll get straight in
will get

get

Q8 - Unless you ....... drinking, you'll have serious health problems
will stop

stop

Q9 - If you see him, ......... him to call me?
will you ask

would you have asked

Q10 - ........ her help, I'd have been in real trouble
But for

If only

Q11 - ........, what would you ask her?
Had you seen her

Were you to see her
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Q12 - If I ........., I'd have done it myself
were there

had been there

Q13 - ........., you'll miss your flight
If you hurry

Unless you hurry

Q14 - ....... there, will you ask him to call me?
If he will be

Should he be

Q15 - Suppose there ......... a problem, what would you have been able to do?
had been

was

Q16 - If the weather holds, I ........ play golf this afternoon
will

would

Q17 - If I ........, I'll do it this evening
could

can

Q18 - Come on Friday if you .......
will be able to

can

Q19 - ........ you retire if you won the lottery?
Would

Will

Q20 - If she ..... there, will you give her a message for me?
is

will be

Q21 - What ........ do if you were in my position?
will you

would you

Q22 - You'll be very ill ....... smoking
if you stop

unless you stop

Q23 - He ....... be able to see you if you get there before nine o'clock
would

might

Q24 - Provided you work hard, you ....... pass the exam without any difficulty
would

will

Q25 - What would you do if the police ......... you?
arrested

arrest

Q26 - Provided you ......... the application forms, you should get the loan straightaway
will complete

complete

Q27 - I ......... there if I'd known about it
would never have gone

would never go

Q28 - She ............. so worried about the operation if the doctor had explained things better
wouldn't have been

wouldn't be

Q29 - ......... there, you could have helped me
Unless you had been

Had you been

Q30 - If I ...... in your shoes, I'd be very worried indeed
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would be

were

Q31 - If he ........ earlier, many lives wouldn't have been ruined
had been caught

was caught

Q32 - What ........... if you had seen an accident on your way here?
would you have done

would you do

Q33 - If the ambulance had arrived sooner, they ......... her life
had saved

might have saved

Q34 - How ...... you cope if you lost your job?
will

would

Q35 - If he tries, he ........ do well
might

would

Q36 - If you'd told me earlier, I ....... to help you the other day
might be able

might have been able

Q37 - If I had my life over again, I ...... to university to study history
would have gone

would go

Q38 - If he's there, you ...... to tell him what happened
ought

should

Q39 - If I was/were a millionaire, I ........ in Beverly Hills.
would live

lived

Q40 - If we had read the book, we ........ the film.
would have understand

would have understood

XVIII. CHOOSE THE SENTENCE WITH THE MEANING BELOW.
1. James is always lazy. He failed a test last week.
a. If you weren’t so lazy, you would pass that test.
b. If you hadn’t been so lazy, you would pass that test.
c. If you weren’t so lazy, you would have passed that test.
2. If he ___ you an invoice, you should pay him.
a.

‘s sent

b. would send
c. had sent
3. Which sentence is correct?
a. If you’d remembered to bring a map, we wouldn’t have been lost now.
b. If you remembered to bring a map, we wouldn’t be lost now.
c. If you’d remembered to bring a map, we wouldn’t be lost now.
4. Paul drove too fast. Now he’s in trouble with the police.
a. If Paul hadn’t driven too fast, he wouldn’t be in trouble with the police.
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b. If Paul didn’t drive too fast, he wouldn’t be in trouble with the police.
c. If Paul hadn’t drive too fast, he wouldn’t have been in trouble with the police.
5. If you _________ the photocopier off and off again, it sometimes works.
a. will turn
b. turn
c. turned
6. If ____ late, can you turn everything off before you go?
a. you’ve worked
b. you’re working
c. you’ll work
7. I don’t have a degree, so I didn’t get the job.
a. If I’d had a degree, I would get that job.
b. If I have a degree, I would have got that job.
c. If I had a degree, I would have got that job.
8. You didn’t fix the roof. Now it’s leaking.
a. If you’d fixed the roof, it wouldn’t be leaking.
b. If you fixed the roof, it wouldn’t have leaked.
c. If you’d fixed the roof, it wouldn’t have been leaking.
9. If someone ____ my purse, I’ll be furious!
a. takes
b. took
c. has taken
10. If you order the book today, it ___ arrive tomorrow.
a. would
b. should
c. may
XIX. CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER
1. If you don't dress smartly, you might make a bad impression at your interview.
A As long as you dress smartly, you might make a bad impression at your interview.
B Unless you dress smartly, you might make a bad impression at your interview.
C Provided you dress smartly, you might make a bad impression at your interview.
2. If I can get tickets, would you like to go to the concert tomorrow?
A Unless I get tickets, would you like to go to the concert?
B Suppose I can't get tickets, would you like to go to the concert tomorrow?
C Providing I can get tickets, would you like to go to the concert tomorrow?
3. "I'm only going to go if you come too."
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A "As long as you come too, I'll go."
B "On the condition that you also go, I will attend."
C "Unless you're coming, I'll go."
4. If you don't hear from me, assume I'm on time.
A Unless you hear from me, assume I'm on time.
B Unless you hear from me, assume I'll be late.
C Suppose you don't hear from me, assume I'm on time.
5. If we got rid of the car, would you mind?
A Provided we got rid of the car, would you mind?
B Unless we got rid of the car, would you mind?
C Suppose we got rid of the car, would you mind?
XX. COMPLETE EACH OF THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES SO THAT IT MEANS THE SAME AS THE
SENTENCE BEFORE IT.
1. She doesn’t live in London because she doesn’t know anyone there
She’d ……………………………………………………………….
2. I can’t live in the country because I can’t find a job there
I’d ………………………………………………………………..
3. I don’t have a spare ticket. I can’t take you to the concert
If I ………………………………………………………………...
4. The schoolchildren sowed some seeds, but they forgot to water them so they didn’t grow.
If the children ………………………………………………………..
5. They don’t understand the problem. They won’t find a solution
If they …………………………………………………………….
6. He sits around too much. He isn’t fit.
If he ………………………………………………………………
7. Carol didn’t answer the phone because she was studying..
If Carol ……………………………………………………
8. Rita is exhausted today because she didn’t get any sleep last night.
If Rita ………………………………………………………
9. She’s very thin; perhaps that’s why she feels cold so much.
If she …………………………………………………….
10. He never polishes his shoes, so he never looks smart
If he ……………………………………………………..
11. He can’t park near his office; that’s why he doesn’t come by car
If he ……………………………………………………..
12. My house is guarded by two big dogs. That’s the only reason it isn’t broken into every night
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If my house …………………………………………………………
13. The flats are not clearly numbered, so it is very difficult to find anyone.
If the flats …..………………………………………………………..
14. I don’t know her e-mail address, so I can’t tell you
If I …………………………………………………………………….
15. She works in the evening. She has no time to play with her children
If she ………………………………………………………………….
16. I don’t want them to be upset, so I’ve decided not to tell them what happened.
They ……………………………………………………………..
17. I am not tall enough to join the basketball team
If I ……………………………………………………………………
18. He doesn’t see the signal so he doesn’t stop his car
If he ………………………………………………………………….
19. Peter gets bad marks because he doesn’t prepare his lessons well
If Peter ………………………………………………………………
20. Mary doesn’t have enough money. She can’t buy a new car.
If Mary ………………………………………………………………
21. Go right now or you’ll be late for the train.
If you………………………………………………………………….
22. He doesn’t apply for the job because he doesn’t have enough qualifications.
If he ………………………………………………………………….
23. Hurry up, or we will be late for the exam.
If we …………………………………………………………………
24. They do not understand you because you do not often talk to them.
If you …………………………………………………………………
25. Because you speak English unnaturally, they do not understand you.
If you …………………………………………………………………
XXI. REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING CONDITIONAL SENTENCES.
1. Peter lives with his parents because he can’t buy a flat.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
2. Mary is sad because she has a small flat.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. I didn’t go to Mary’s birthday because she didn’t invite me.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
4. John will pass the driving exam if he isn’t nervous.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
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5. I don’t know his email so I can’t send him an invitation.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
6. You must leave home early or you’ll miss the flight.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
7. I was busy so I didn’t have enough time to go to the supermarket.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
8. Mary was ill so she didn’t go to the cinema with me.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
9. Mary didn’t play tennis because she had broken her leg.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
10. I’d like to buy a new car but I haven’t got enough money.
 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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 CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I, II, III AND MIXED 
ANSWER KEYS
I.

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
Ex: If it rains (it/rain), we won't go (we/not/go) fishing.
1. If _____the weather is_____(the weather/be) beautiful tomorrow, _____we will drive_______(we/drive)
to the beach.
2. If _____she sends______ (she/send) the letter now, _____they will receive_______ (they/receive) it
tomorrow.
3. ______Fred will be______ (Fred/be) angry if _____Jack arrives______ (Jack/arrive) late again.
4. _______I will come_______ (I/come) to your house if ___I have_____(I/have) enough time.
5. If ______she doesn’t pass______ (she/not/pass) this exam, ______she won’t get______ (she/not/get) the
job that she wants.
6. ______You will learn_________ (you/learn) a lot if ______you take_______ (you/take) this course.
7. If ______I get______ (I/get) a ticket, _______I will go_________(I/go) to the cinema.
8. _____I will buy_______ (I/buy) that machine if ______it doesn’t cost_________(it/not/cost) too much.
9. ______You will run______ (you/run) very fast if _______you catch_______ (you/catch) the taxi.
10. ____I will go______(I/go) to the doctor's if _____I don’t feel_______ (I/not/feel) better tomorrow.
11. If ______they win________ (they/win) this match, _____they will be______ (they/be) the champions.

II.

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.

Ex: A: We must be at the theatre at 7 o'clock.

 B: Well, if we take (we/take) a bus at six o'clock, we won't be (we/not/be) late.
1. A: I'd like a magazine.
B: Well, ____I will buy____ (I/buy) one for you if ____I go_____(I/go) to the shop later.
2. A: Has Jack phoned yet?
B: No, and if ____he doesn’t phone____ (he/not/phone) this afternoon, ____I will phone_____ (I/phone)
him this evening.
3. A: Is Mary there, please?
B: No, but if ____you want____ (you/want) to leave a message, ____I will give_____ (I/give) it to her.
4. A: Is Tom going to pass his exam?
B: Well, ____he will fail____ (he/fail) if ____he doesn’t study____ (he/not/study) harder.
5. A: Could I have some information about this year's concerts, please?
B: Yes, if ____you fill in_____ (you/fill in) this form, ____I will send_____(I/send) it to you in the post
III.

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.

1) If we _____send_____ (to send) an invitation, our friends _____will come_____ (to come) to our party.
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2) He _____doesn’t understand_____ (not/to understand) you if you ____whisper______ (to whisper).
3) They ______won’t survive____ (not/to survive) in the desert if they ____don’t take______ (not/to take)
extra water with them.
4) If you ____press______ (to press) CTRL + s, you ____will save______ (to save) the file.
5) You ______will cross____ (to cross) the Channel if you _____fly_____ (to fly) from Paris to London.
6) Fred _____will answer_____ (to answer) the phone if his wife ____has______ (to have) a bath.
7) If Claire _____wears_____ (to wear) this dress at the party, our guests ____won’t stay______ (not/to
stay) any longer.
8) If I _____ don’t touch_____ (not/ to touch) this snake, my girlfriend _____won’t scream_____ (not/to
scream).
9) She _____will forget_____ (to forget) to pick you up if you _____don’t phone_____ (not/to phone) her.
10) I _____won’t remember_____ (to remember) you if you _____don’t give_____ (not/ to give) me a
photo.
IV.

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.

1. If I (study) _______study______ , I (pass) ______will pass_______ the exams.
2. If the sun (shine) ______shines______, we (walk) _____will walk________ to the town.
3. If he (have) _____has_____ a temperature, he (see) ____will see_______ the doctor.
4. If my friends (come) _____come______, I (be) _______will be_______ very happy.
5. If she (earn) _____earns______ a lot of money, she (fly) _____will fly________ to New York.
6. If we (travel) _____travel______ to London, we (visit) ______will visit_______ the museums.
7. If you (wear) ____wear______ sandals in the mountains, you (slip) ____will slip______ on the rocks.
8. If you (wear) ____wear______ sandals in the mountains, you (slip) _____will slip_____ on the rocks.
9. If Rita (forget) ______forgets_____ her homework, the teacher (give) ____will give_____ her a low
mark.
10. If they (go) ________go________ to the disco, they (listen) _____will listen______ to loud music.
11. If you (wait) _______wait_____ a minute, I (ask) _______will ask_______ my parents.
V. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I.
1. If it (rain) ______rains________, the children (not go) ______won’t go_____ for a walk.
2. If she (not read) _____doesn’t read_______ the novel, she (not pass) ____won’t pass________ the
literature test.
3. If I (not argue) ______don’t argue_________ with my father, he (lend) _____will lend________ me his
motorbike.
4. If we (take) ______take_______ the bus, we (not arrive) _____ won’t arrive_____ in time.
5. If Dick (not buy) _____doesn’t buy______ the book, his friends (be) _____will be________ angry with
him.
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6. If Tom (not tidy up) ______doesn’t tidy up________ his room, Victoria (not help) _______ won’t
help________ him with the muffins.
7. If the boys (not play) ____don’t play______ football, the girls (not come) _______ won’t
come________ to the football pitch.
8. If you (eat) _____eat________ too much junk food, you (not lose) _______ won’t lose________
weight.
9. If I (not make) _______don’t make________ breakfast tomorrow morning, my girlfriend (not love)
______won’t love_________ me anymore.
10. If they (not hurry) _______don’t hurry_______, they (not catch) ________ won’t catch_______ the
train.
11. If we meet at 9:30, we (to have) ____will have_______ plenty of time.
12. If we (send) ____send_____ an invitation, our friends (come) ____ will come_____ to our party.
13. He (not/ understand) ______ won’t understand______ you if you (whisper) ____whisper______.
14. They (not/ survive) _____ won’t survive___ in the desert if they (not/ to take) ____don’t take______
extra water with them.
15. If you (press) ____press______ CTRL + S, you (to save) ____will save______ the file.

VI.

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WITH CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE II.

1. If we (have) ___had_____ a yacht, we (sail) ___ would sail_____ the seven seas.
2. If he (have) _____had___ more time, he (learn) ____ would learn____ karate.
3. If they (tell) ___told_____ their father, he (be) ____ would be____ very angry.
4. She (spend) ___would spend_____ a year in the USA if it (be) ___were_____ easier to get a green card.
5. If I (live) ___lived_____ on a lonely island, I (run) ____ would run____ around naked all day.
6. We (help) ___ would help_____ you if we (know) ____know____ how.
7. My brother (buy) ____ would help____ a sports car if he (have) ____had____ the money.
8. If I (feel) ___felt_____ better, I (go)____would go____ to the cinema with you.
9. If you (go) ____go____ by bike more often, you (be / not) ___wouldn’t be_____ so flabby.
10. She (not / talk) ___wouldn’t talk_____ to you if she (be) ___were_____ mad at you.
VII. GIVE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
1. If I (have) ________had________ a typewriter, I could type it myself.
2. You could make much progress if you (attend) ______attended_________ class regularly.
3. If I (know) _______knew_________ his telephone number, I would give it to you.
4. If you are kind to me, I (be) _______will be________ good to you.
5. He (come) _______would come________ if you waited.
6. If he (study) ______study__________ harder, he can pass an exam.
7. She may be late if she (not hurry) _______doesn’t hurry_________.
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8. What (you do) _______would you do_________ if you got fat ?
9. If you (ring) _________rang______ the bell, the servant would come.
10. If it (not, rain) _______didn’t rain________ a lot, the rice crop wouldn’t grow.
11. If today (be) _______weren’t________ Sunday, we wouldn’t have to work.
12. We lost the match. If you (play) _______had played________ for us, we (win) _______would have
won________.
13. They would not be paid unless they (do) _______did________ their work well.
14. If I became very rich, I (build ) ______would build_________ a hospital for the poor.
15. If he (give) _______gives________ up smoking, as his doctor orders, he will be soon well again.
16. You would have to stay in bed unless your health (improve) _______improved________.
17. If I (have) _________had_______ a typewriter, I could type it myself.
18. You could make much progress if you (attend) ________attended________ class regularly.
19. If I (know) _______knew_________ his telephone number, I would give it to you.
20. If he (study) ________studied________ harder, he can pass an exam.

VIII.

CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER A ,B ,C OR D.

1. If I ………….….a lot of money now, I …………..a new car.
A. have /will buy

B. have / would buy

C. had/ will buy

D. had/ would buy.

2. If I ……………you, I …………………….do that.
A. am/ will

B. were /would

C. were / will

D. had been/ would.

3. If I were offered the job, I think I ………………………….…. it.
A. take

B. will take

C. would take

D. would have taken.

4. I would be very surprised if he…………………….…………..
A. refuses

B. refused

C. had refused

D. would refuse.

5. Many people would be out of work if that factory………..down.
A. closes
6.

B. had closed

C. closed

D. would close.

If she sold her car, she ……………………..… much money.
A. gets

B. would get

C. will get

D. would have got.

7. They would be disappointed if we………………………………….
A. hadn’t come

B. wouldn’t come

C. don’t come D. didn’t come.

8. Would John be angry if I ……………..…. ……his bicycle without asking?
A. take

B. took

C. had taken

D. would take.

9. She ………………….….terribly upset if I lost this ring.
A. will be

B. would be

C. were

D. had been.

10. If someone…………in here with a gun, I would be very frightened.
A. would walk

B. walks

C. had walked

D. walked.

11. What would happen if you ……………..to work tomorrow?
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A. don’t go

B. didn’t go

C. won’t go

D. wouldn’t go.

12. We ‘ll get wet if we ……………………………….out.
A. go

B. did go

C. went

D. had gone.

13. If I go shopping, I …………………….…some food.
A. buy

B. will buy

C. would buy

D. would have bought.

14. If I find it, I ……………………..………you.
A. will tell

B. would tell

C. had told

D. told.

15. What would you do if you……………a million dollars?
A. would win

B. win

C. had won

D. won.

16. If we took the 6: 30 train, we………………………………too early.
A. would arrived

B. arrived

C. will arrived

D. would arrive.

17. You won’t pass the examination……………you study more.
A. as long as

B. unless

C. if

D. whether.

18. If I were in your place, I ……………………….a trip to England.
A. will make

B. had made

C. made.

D. would make.

19. If I …………………..…….. you , I’d save some of your lottery winning.
A. be

B. were

C. am

D. was

20. If I had enough money, I …………………… abroad to improve my English.
A. will go

B. should go

C. would go

D. should have go to

21. If it ………………... convenient, let’s go out for a drink tonight.
A. be

B. was

C. were

D. is

22. If you ……………..…. time, please write to me.
A. have

B. have had

C. had

D. has

23. If you had the chance, ……………………………… you go finishing?
A. did

B. would

C. may

D. do

24. Trees won’t grow ……………………... there is enough water.
A. if

B. when

C. unless

D. as

25. If you stay up late the previous night, you ………. sleepy the next morning.
A. feel

B. to feel

C. feels

D. will feel

26. If Peter …………………, Sarah will be sad because she wants to meet him very much
A. comes

B. do not come

C. does not come

D. will come

27. If you…………………………Tom , tell him I have a message for him.
A. will meet

B. would meet

C. meet

D. met

28. If you …………too hot during the night , turn down the central heating.
A. will feel

B. felt

C. feel

D. feels.

29. If you ……………….……with your dictionary, I ‘d like to borrow it.
A. finish

B. finished

C. will finish

D. are finishing.
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IX.

REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES, USING CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE I AND II

1. He doesn't earn as much as I do because he doesn't work overtime.
 If he worked overtime, he would earn as much as I do
2. She's very shy; that's why she doesn't enjoy parties.
 If she weren’t very shy, she would enjoy parties
3. My number isn't in the directory so people don't ring me up.
 If my number were in the directory, people would ring me up.
4. He doesn't take any exercise; that's why he is so unhealthy.
 If he took some exercise, he would be so unhealthy.
5. Don’t go out in the rain because you’ll get wet.
 If you go out in the rain, you will get wet.
6. I can’t meet my girlfriend because I have to study.
 If I didn’t have to study, I could meet my girlfriend.
7. I feel miserable because Kate doesn’t love me.
 If Kate loved me, I wouldn’t feel miserable.
8. I won’t enjoy the film if you aren’t with me.
 Unless you were with me, I would enjoy the film.
9. I won’t go to the party because I’m not feeling well.
 I would go to the party if I felt well
10. Girls don’t talk to you because you never smile.
 Girls would talk to you if you sometimes smile.
11. There are too many cars. As a result, our planet is polluted.
 If there weren’t many cars, our planet wouldn’t be polluted.
X. COMPLETE THE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE III.
Ex:

- If we (listen) ..... had listened....... the radio, we (hear) ........ would have heard.... the news.

- If you (switch) ...... had switched ....... on the lights, you (fall / not) ..... would have fallen... over the chair.
- She (come) ... would have come...... our party if she (be / not) ..... hadn’t been.... on holiday.
1. If the weather ...........had been ............. (be) nice, they ............. would have played...........
(play) football.
2. If we .......... had gone.............. (go) a good restaurant, we ............ would have had............ (have) a
better dinner.
3. If John ........... had learnt/ learned............. (learn) more words, he ............. would have
written........... (write) a good report.
4. If the boys ........... had taken ............. (take) the bus school, they ............ would have arrived............
(arrive) on time.

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5. If the teacher ........... had explained............. (explain) the homework, I ........... would have
done............. (do) it.
6. If they ........... had waited............. (wait) for another 10 minutes, they ........... would have
seen............. (see) the pop star.
7. If the police ........... had come............. (come) earlier, they ............ would have arrested............
(arrest) the burglar.
8. If you ...........had bought............. (buy) fresh green vegetable, your salad ............ would have
tasted............ (taste) better.
9. If Alex ........... had asked............. (ask) me, I ........... would have emailed............. (email) the
documents.
10. If he ............ had spoken............ (speak) more slowly, Peggy ........... would have understood.............
(understand) him.
11. If you ........... had checked............. (check) the car, it ........... wouldn’t have broken............. (not/
break) down in the middle of the desert.
12. If it ........ hadn’t rained................ (not/ rain), the children ........... would have played.............
(play) outside.
13. If my parents ........... hadn’t been............. (not/ be) so tired, they .......... would have
watched.............. (watch) the film on TV.
14. If she ........... had bought............. (buy) a new hard disk, she .......... wouldn’t have lost.............. (not/
lose) all data.
15. If we ............ had used............ (use) the town map, we ............. wouldn’t have got........... (not/
get) lost.
16. If he .......... had eaten.............. (eat) more salad, he ........... wouldn’t have caught............. (not/
catch) a cold.
17. If the police ............ hadn’t stopped............ (not/ stop) me, I ............ would have reached............
(reach) you in time.
18. If his older brother ........................ (not/ drive) so fast, he ............ wouldn’t have crashed............
(not/ crash) in the other car.
19. If Fred ........... hadn’t cheated............. (not/ cheat) at the test, his teacher .......... wouldn’t have
phoned.............. (not/ phone) his father.
20. If I .......... hadn’t switched off.............. (not/ switch off) the radio, I ............ would have
known............ (know) about the second goal.
21. If it ........... had been............. (be) warmer, we ........... would have gone............. (go) swimming.
22. My parents ............. would have bought........... (buy) this house if the man ..........hadn’t sold.............
(not/ sell)it someone else.
23. If he .......... had failed.............. (not/ fail) his driving test, his parents .............. would have
lent.......... (lend)him their car.
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24. If my uncle ............ had told............ (tell) me the way his office, I ............ wouldn’t have
arrived............ (not/ arrive) so late.
25. She ........... would have been............. (be) at the airport if she ............ had read............ (read) the
message carefully.
26. Lucy ............ wouldn’t have hurt............ (not/ hurt) her foot if she ............... hadn’t dropped.........
(not/ drop) the old box on it.
27. If you ........... had used............. (use) a sharp knife, you ........... wouldn’t have cut............. (not/
cut) yourself.
28. If Victoria ............. had celebrated........... (celebrate) her birthday at home, I ............ would have
brought............ (bring) her some flowers.
29. We ........... would have taken............. (take) the train Edinburgh if it ........... had run.............
(run) on time.
30. If Max ........... hadn’t forgotten............. (not/ forget) his schoolbag, he ........... would have
given............. (give) you your USB flash drive.
XI.

GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

1. If we meet at 9:30, we …………will have………. (have) plenty of time.
2. Lisa would find the milk if she ………looked…………. (look) in the fridge.
3. The zookeeper would have punished her with a fine
if she ………had fed…………. (feed) the animals.
4. If you spoke louder, your classmates ………would understand…………. (understand) you.
5. Dan ………would arrive…………. (arrive) safely if he drove slowly.
6. You ………would have had…………. (have) no trouble at school if you had done your homework.
7. If you ………swim…………. (swim) in this lake, you'll shiver from cold.
8. The door will unlock if you ………press…………. (press) the green button.
9. If Mel ………had asked…………. (ask) her teacher, he'd have answered her questions.
10. I …………would call………. (call) the office if I was/were you.
XII.

GIVE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

1. If I had to make a speech I ………would be…………. pretty nervous . (BE)
2. If I ………had known…………. you were sleeping I would not have woken you. (KNOW)
3. If the weather …………is………. fine tomorrow we will be able to go to the beach (BE).
4. You dog ………wouldn’t be…………. so fat if you didn't feed it so often (NOT BE).
5. If her hair were black she …………would be………. completely different (LOOK).
6. If the boy ………doesn’t write…………. to Santa Clause, he won't get a present (NOT WRITE).
7. They ………wouldn’t have come…………. to the meeting if they had been informed about it. (NOT
COME)
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