Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I.
- If you (go) out with your friends tonight, I (watch) the football match on TV.
- I (earn) a lot of money if I (get) that job.
- If she (hurry / not) , we (miss) the bus.
Conditional Sentences Type II
Complete the Conditional Sentences Type II.
- If he (try) harder, he (reach) his goals.
- I (buy) these shoes if they (fit) .
- It (surprise / not) me if he (know / not) the answer.
Conditional Sentences Type III
Complete the Conditional Sentences Type III.
- If we (listen) to the radio, we (hear) the news.
- If you (switch) on the lights, you (fall / not) over the chair.
- She (come) to our party if she (be / not) on holiday.
Conditional Sentences Type I, II or III
Complete the Conditional Sentences with the correct form (Type I, II or III).
- If I amwill bewerehad beenwould bewould have been stronger, I’d help you carry the piano.
- If we’d seen you, we stopwill stopstoppedhad stoppedwould stopwould have stopped.
- If we meetwill meetmethad metwould meetwould have met him tomorrow, we’ll say hello.
- He would have repaired the car himself if he haswill havehadhad hadwould havewould have had the tools.
- If you drop the vase, it breakswill breakbrokehad brokenwould breakwould have broken.
- If I hadn’t studied, I do not passwill not passdid not passhad not passedwould not passwould not have passed the exam.
- I wouldn’t go to school by bus if I havewill havehadhad hadwould havewould have had a driving licence.
- If she doesn’t seewon’t seehadn’t seendidn’t seewouldn’t seewouldn’t have seen him every day, she’d be lovesick.
- I don’t travelwon’t traveldidn’t travelhadn’t travelledwouldn’t travelwouldn’t have travelled to London if I don’t get a cheap flight.
- We’d be stupid if we tellwill telltoldhad toldwould tellwould have told him about our secret.