Conditional sentences I – mixed with negations – Exercise

Task No. 2017

Put the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Form a Conditional sentence – type I. Only use the will-future in the main clauses. Mind the position of the if-clause.

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Example:

Lisa   (not/to open) the window if you   (not/to tell) her.

Answer:

Lisa will not open the window if you do not tell her. or
Lisa won't open the window if you don't tell her.

  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.
  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 (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 (to remember) you if you (to give) me a photo.