Conditional sentences, type I and II, Multiple Choice – Exercise

Task No. 2039

Choose the correct phrases and form a Conditional sentence – type I or II. Mind the position of the if-clause and negations.

  1. If we to Dresden, it will be a fantastic trip.
  2. I the school bus if I don't get up early.
  3. Harriet would stay longer in Vienna if she more time.
  4. She the people in Peru if she bought her coffee beans in this shop.
  5. If I don't see Claire today, I her this evening.
  6. If Carlos sailing, he'll need a life-jacket.
  7. If my brother his car here, the traffic warden would give him a ticket.
  8. You'll catch a cold if you a pullover.
  9. If you drink more of this sweet lemonade, you sick.
  10. If Marcus sings in the shower, I the radio up to full volume.