If Clauses – Conditional Sentences

Type 1 ( real, probable situations)
If + Present + Future (will +infinitive) ex: If you call him, he will come.
Type 2 (hypothetical, improbable, but possible situations)
If + Past + Conditional (would +infinitive)

ex: If you called him, he would come.

Exercises:
A. Build conditional sentences.
1. If I (to go), I (to call) her.
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2. If you (to finish) the letter, I (to post) it for you.
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
Type 2- _______________________________________________________________
3. If the boys (miss) school, we (not/ play) football.
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
Type 2- _______________________________________________________________
4. What (you/do) if he (not/ come)?
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
Type 2- _______________________________________________________________
5. I (catch) the train if I (to hurry).
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
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6. He (to catch) a cold if he (not/ put on) his coat.
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
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7. If you (help) your mother, she (to be) happy.
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
Type 2- _______________________________________________________________
8. (my father/ give) me the car if I ( to pass) the exam?
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
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9. If he (study) hard, he (to get) good marks.
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
Type 2- _______________________________________________________________
10. What (you/ to do) if you (not/ to find) your keys?
Type 1- ________________________________________________________________
Type 2- _______________________________________________________________

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