Conditional sentences, all types – Exercise 1

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Task No. 2059

Put in the correct phrases and form a conditional sentence (type I, II, III). Watch the underlined verbs.

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Example:

If he had studied harder, he   (to pass) his driving test.

Answer:

If he had studied harder, he would have passed his driving test.

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

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