Conditional sentences, type III, statements – Exercise

Task

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

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Example:

If I   (to go) to the cinema, I   (to watch) an interesting film.

Answer:

If I had gone to the cinema, I would have watched an interesting film.

  1. If the weather (to be) nice, they (to play) football.
  2. If we (to go) to a good restaurant, we (to have) a better dinner.
  3. If John (to learn) more words, he (to write) a good report.
  4. If the boys (to take) the bus to school, they (to arrive) on time.
  5. If the teacher (to explain) the homework, I (to do) it.
  6. If they (to wait) for another 10 minutes, they (to see) the pop star.
  7. If the police (to come) earlier, they (to arrest) the burglar.
  8. If you (to buy) fresh green vegetable, your salad (to taste) better.
  9. If Alex (to ask) me, I (to email) the documents.
  10. If he (to speak) more slowy, Peggy (to understand) him.