Identify the Conditional Sentence Type – Exercise 2

Task No. 1151

Find the correct conditions (types of if-clauses).

1 If it wasn't so early, I would go to bed.
Clue
Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD GO, If clause Past Simple - WASN'T
2 I would have phoned you if I had had your number.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE PHONED, If clause Past Perfect - HAD HAD
3 I would buy a Rolls Royce if I had a lot of money.
Clue
Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BUY, If clause Past Simple - HAD
4 If we had known the time of your arrival, we would have met you at the station.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE MET, If clause Past Perfect - HAD KNOWN
5 I could have helped you if you had told me the truth.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause COULD HAVE HELPED, If clause Past Perfect - HAD TOLD
6 If you were driving from Rome to Prague which way would you go?
Clue
Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD GO, If clause Past Simple - WERE
7 We ought to have arrived at dinner time if we hadn't taken the M4.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause OUGHT TO HAVE ARRIVED, If clause Past Perfect - HADN'T TAKEN
8 If the weather had been better, the car might not have crashed.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause MIGHT NOT HAVE CRASHED, If clause Past Perfect - HAD BEEN
9 We can visit the castle if we have time.
Clue
Probable Condition so First Conditional Sentence. Main clause CAN VISIT, If clause Present Simple HAVE
10 If Maradona had played in the team, they might have won the match.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause MIGHT HAVE WON, If clause Past Perfect - HAD PLAYED