1st, 2nd & 3rd Conditional Sentences – Exercise 4

Task No. 1136

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 4

1 If it rains, the boys -------- football.
Clue
First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WON'T PLAY, If clause Present Simple
2 If she -------- her own clothes, she wouldn't have to buy them.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULDN'T HAVE TO BUY. If clause Past Simple
3 We ------- the Statute of Liberty if we travelled to New York.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD SEE. If clause Past Simple
4 Would you go out more often if you -------- so much homework to do?
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD YOU GO. If clause Past Simple
5 He wouldn't have slept the whole day if he -------- late last night.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULDN'T HAVE SLEPT. If clause Past Perfect.
6 If you -------- a minute, I'll come with you.
Clue
First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WILL COME, If clause Present Simple
7 If we arrived at 10, we ------- the show.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD MISS. If clause Past Simple
8 We -------- Jake if we'd known about his problems.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE HELPED. If clause Past Perfect.
9 If they -------- new tyres, their bikes would have worked perfectly.
Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE WORKED. If clause Past Perfect.
10 If I went anywhere, it -------- America.
Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BE. If clause Past Simple