A.Conditional sentence: Type I
- If I (see) him, I (give) him a lift.
- The table (collapse) if you (stand) on it.
- If he (eat) all that, he (be) ill.
- If I (find) your passport, I (telephone) you at once.
- The police (arrest) him if they (catch) him.
- If he (read) in the bad light, he (ruin) his eyes.
- Someone (steal) your car if you (leave) it unlocked.
- What (happen) if my parachute (not, open)?
- If he (wash) my car, I (give) hi m 10$.
- If you (not, like) this one, I (give) you another.
- If he (like) the house he (buy) it ?
- Unless I (have) a quiet room, I (not be able) to do any work.
- We (have to,move) upstairs if the river (rise) any higher.
- She (not, open) the door unless she (know) who it is.
- If he (be) late, we (go) without him.
B.Conditional sentence: Type II
- If I (have) a typewriter, I (type) it myself.
- If I (know) his address, I (give) it to you.
- He (look) a lot of better if he (shave) more often.
- If he (work) more slowly, he (not, make) so many mistake.
- If I (be) sent to prison, you (visit) me?
- If you (drive) your car into the river, you (be able) to get out?
- He (get) fat if he (stop) smoking.
- I (be) ruined if I (buy) her everything she asked for.
- If you (sleep) under a mosquito net you (not be) bitten so often.
- I (offer) to help if I (think) I’d be any use.
- What you (do) if the lift (get) stuck between two floors.
- If you (paint) the walls white the room (be) much brighter.
- I (climb) over the wall if there (not be) so much broken glass on top of it.
- You ( not, have) so much trouble with your car if you (have) it serviced
- I (go and see) him more often if he (be) near here.
C.Conditional sentence: Type III
- If I (know) that you were in hospital I (visit) you.
- If you (arrive) ten minutes earlier you (get) a seat.
- You (see) my garden at its best if you (be) here last week.
- I (not, believe) it if I (not, see) it with my own eyes.
- If he (slip) he (fall) 500 metres.
- If he (ask) you, you (accept)?
- If I (have) a map I (be) all right.
- I (offer) to help him if I (realize) that he was ill.
- If I (realize) what a bad driver you were I (not, come) with you.
- If you (not, sneeze) he (not, know) that we were there.
- If he (know) whole story he (not, be) so angry.
- If you (speak) more slowly he (understand) you.
- I (not eat) it if I (know) that there was ginger in it.
- The hens (not, get) into the house if you (shut) the door.
- If I (be) ready when he called he (take) me with him.
D.Conditional sentences: mixed types
- If you pass your examination we (have) a celebration.
- What (happen) if I press this button?
- If you go to Paris where you (stay)?
- If anyone attacked me, my dog (jump) at his throat.
- I could repair the roof myself I (have) a longer ladder.
- Unless they turn that radio off I (go) mad
- If you (wear) a false beard nobody would have recognized you.
- Dial 99 if you (want) Police, Ambulance, or Fire Brigade.
- If they (hang) that picture lower people could be able to see it.
- I (not, buy) things on the instalment system if I were you.
- Of course I’m not going to give her a dismond ring. If I (give) her a diamond
ring she (sell) it.
- Husband: But I’m not going on a diet. Why should I go on a diet?
Wife: If you (go) on a diet you (lose) weight.
E.Rewrite these sentences, using an If construction.
- She is very shy; that why she doesn’t enjoy the parties.
- He doesn’t take any exercise; that’s why he is so unhealthy.
- I didn’t see the signal, so I didn’t stop.
- I didn’t know your number, so I didn’t ring.
- She didn’t know you were in hospital, so she didn’t visit you.
6We didn’t visit the museum because we hadn’t time.
7.I haven’t a map so I can’t write to him.
8.Maybe it will be a lovely day tomorrow.We will go picnic.
9.Maybe she will come here tomorrow. I will tell you.
10.They don’t clean the windows so the rooms look rather dark.