Identify the Conditional Sentence Type – Exercise 3

Task No. 1152

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

Welcome to your Identify the Conditional Sentences Type – Exercise 3

1 If Jake had gone to school today, he would have known about the homework.
Clue
Impossible Condition so Third Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD HAVE KNOWN, If clause Past Perfect - HAD GONE
2 If Steven goes out, he will get wet.
Clue
Probable Condition so First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WILL GET, If clause Present Simple GOES
3 If Sean eats too many sweets, he will get fat.
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Probable Condition so First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WILL GET, If clause Present Simple EATS
4 If John cleaned his room, he would be able to find things.
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Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BE ABLE TO, If clause Past Simple - CLEANED
5 If Petra went to training, she would be in the school team.
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Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BE, If clause Past Simple - WENT
6 If Susan read the newspaper regularly, she would know what is going on in the world.
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Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD KNOW, If clause Past Simple - READ
7 If you didn't play the music too loud, the neighbour would not complain.
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Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD NOT COMPLAIN, If clause Past Simple - DIDN'T PLAY
8 If Max turns off the heating more often, he can save more money.
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Probable Condition so First Conditional Sentence. Main clause CAN SAVE, If clause Present Simple TURNS OFF
9 If you open the windows, the air in the room will be fresher.
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Probable Condition so First Conditional Sentence. Main clause WILL BE, If clause Present Simple OPEN
10 If Jake looked after his car more carefully, his parents would buy him a new one.
Clue
Improbable Condition so Second Conditional Sentence. Main clause WOULD BUY, If clause Past Simple - LOOKED AFTER