Conditional sentences, type III, negations – Exercise

Task No. 2047

Put the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Form a Conditional sentence – type III. Mind the negations in the sentences.

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If I   (to go) to the café, I   (not/to drink) milk.


If I had gone to the café, I would not have drunk milk. or
If I'd gone to the café, I wouldn't have drunk milk.

  1. If you (to check) the car, it (not/to break) down in the middle of the desert.
  2. If it (not/to rain), the children (to play) outside.
  3. If my parents (not/to be) so tired, they (to watch) the film on TV.
  4. If she (to buy) a new hard disk, she (not/to lose) all data.
  5. If we (to use) the town map, we (not/to get) lost.
  6. If Tom (to eat) more salad, he (not/to catch) a cold.
  7. If the police (not/to stop) me, I (to reach) you in time.
  8. If his older brother (not/to drive) so fast, he (not/to crash) into the other car.
  9. If Fred (not/to cheat) at the test, his teacher (not/to phone) his father.
  10. If I (not/to switch off) the radio, I (to know) about the second goal.