Conditional Sentences All Types – Exercise 5

Task No. 1149

Form Conditional Sentences.

Welcome to your Conditional Sentences All Types – Exercise 5

1 He would have been able to return the goods if he the receipt.Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE BEEN ABLE. If clause Past Perfect - HAD NOT LOST
2 If you like, you home for a few days.Clue
First Conditional Sentence. Main clause CAN STAY, If clause Present Simple - LIKE
3 If I the book, I wouldn't have watched it on TV.Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULDN'T HAVE WATCHED. If clause Past Perfect.- HAD READ
4 If the parents bought the dog, their children very happy.Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BE. If clause Past Simple - BOUGHT
5 Ice if you heat it.Clue
Zero Conditional Sentence. Main clause Present Simple MELTS, If clause Present Simple - HEAT
6 He higher marks in the exam if he'd studied harder.Clue
Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULDN'T HAVE GOT. If clause Past Perfect.- HAD STUDIED
7 If he up his desk, he might find the receipt.Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause MIGHT FIND. If clause Past Simple - TIDIED
8 What if you won the lottery?Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD DO. If clause Past Simple - WON
9 What would you do if you me?Clue
Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD DO. If clause Past Simple - WERE
10 If you for a moment, I'll tell the manager you are here.Clue
First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WILL TELL, If clause Present Simple - WAIT