Conditional sentences – type I and II, statements – Exercise

Task No. 2037

Put in the verbs in brackets and form Conditional sentences type I or type II. Mind the underlined verb forms.

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Example:

If they learn the poem, they   (to get) a good mark.

Answer:

If they learn the poem, they will get a good mark.

  1. If you come with me, I (to do) the shopping with you.
  2. Walter (to help) his mother in the garden if she reads him a story this evening.
  3. If it (to rain), I will stay at home.
  4. Our teacher will be happy if we (to learn) the poem by heart.
  5. If they had enough money, they (to buy) a new car.
  6. We (to pass) the exam if we studied harder.
  7. If Pat (to repair) his bike, he could go on a bicycle tour with us.
  8. She would get 100 pounds if she (to sell) this old shelf.
  9. If I was/were you, I (to invite) Jack to the party.
  10. If the weather (to be) fine, the children can walk to school.