1st, 2nd & 3rd Conditional Sentences – Exercise 3

Task No. 1135

Choose the correct phrases and form a 1st, 2nd or 3rd Conditional sentence. Pay attention to the position of the if-clause and negations.

Welcome to your 1st, 2nd & 3rd Conditional Sentences – Exercise 3

1 If I ------- to London, I'll see Buckingham Palace.
Clue
First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WILL SEE, If clause Present Simple
2 If it ------- we'd be in the park playing football.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BE. If clause Past Simple
3 If you -------- a thicker jacket, you would have been warmer.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE BEEN. If clause Past Perfect.
4 We ------- TV tonight if Petra hadn't lost the concert tickets.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD NOT HAVE WATCHED. If clause Past Perfect.
5 He wouldn't have had a problem if he -------- signed the contract.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD NOT HAVE HAD. If clause Past Perfect.
6 If I was/were a millionaire, I -------- a castle.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BUY. If clause Past Simple
7 You would save petrol if you --------- more carefully.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD SAVE. If clause Past Simple
8 If we had read the book first, we ------- the film better.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE UNDERSTOOD. If clause Past Perfect.
9 I could score better on the test if the teacher -------- the maths equation once more.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause COULD SCORE. If clause Past Simple
10 They --------- on time if their car hadn't broken down.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause MIGHT HAVE ARRIVED. If clause Past Perfect.