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Conditionals 1. IF + SIMPLE PRESENT WILL + INF. IMPERATIVE ! SIMPLE PRESENT If he comes soon, we will arrive in time.

IF + SIMPLE PAST WOULD + INF. If he came soon, we would arrive in time. IF + PAST PERFECT WOULD !AVE + P.P. If he had come soon, we would have arrived in time.

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Other conjunctions: "nl#ss ( if not ) / $%o&id#d t'at / $%o&idin( t'at / as lon( as

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

Conditional sentences: type I Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses. 1. Ice (t"%n)……………. to water if you heat it. 2. If the house ()"%n)…………………….. down we can claim com ensation. !. If you (not li*#)………………………. this one I"ll #rin$ you another. %. &nless you are more careful you…………………. ('a&#) an accident. '. (ell him to rin$ me u if you…………………. (s##) him. ). If I tell you a secret,( you, $%o+is#)…………..…… not to tell it to anyone else* +. If you (not )#li#&#)………………….. what I say, as, your mother. -. If he (li*#) …………….the house, will he #uy it* .. /he won"t o en the door unless she (*no,)…………………. who it is. 10. &nless I have a 1uiet room I (not )# a)l#) …………….to do any wor,. Conditional sentences: type 2 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses. 1. 2. !. %. '. ). +. -. .. 10. 11. 12. 1!. If you drove your car into the river (you ,)# a)l#) ………………….to $et out* If you (not )#lon() ……………………….to a union you couldn"t $et a jo#. If I (,in)…………………….. a #i$ ri2e in a lottery I"d $ive u my jo#. 3hat you (do)………………….. if you found a #ur$lar in your house* I could tell you what this means if I………………… (*no,) 4ree,. 5e mi$ht $et fat if he (sto$) ………………….smo,in$. If you (s##)……………………. someone drownin$, what would you do* I ()#)…………………. ruined if I #ou$ht her everythin$ she as,ed for. If you sle t under a mos1uito net, you (not )#)………………… #itten so often. I could $et a jo# easily if I ('a&#)…………………. a de$ree. If we had more rain, our cro s ((%o,) ……………………faster. (he whole machine would fall to ieces if you (%#+o&#) ………………..that screw. If they ()an) ……………………….the sale of alcohol at foot#all matches, there mi$ht #e less violence. 1%. 3hat would you do if the lift ((#t)…………………….. stuc, #etween two floors* 1'. If you ,new you had only si6 wee,s to live, how you (s$#nd) …………………..those si6 wee,s*

Conditional sentences: type 3 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses. 1. I shouldn"t have #elieved it if I (not s##)………………… it with my own eyes. 2. If he had sli ed, he (-all)………………… '00 metres. !. If you had left that was alone, it (not stin() ……………………you. %. If I (%#alis#)…………… what a #ad driver you were, I wouldn"t have come with you. '. If I had realised that the traffic li$hts were red, I (sto$)……………………. ). If you had told me that he never aid his de#ts, I (not l#nd)……………… him the money. +. If you (not sn##.#)…………………… , he wouldn"t have ,nown that we were there. -. (he hens (not (#t)……………………… into the house if you had shut the door. .. If I (t%/) ……………………..a$ain, I thin, that I would have succeeded. 10. 7ou (not (#t)…………………. into trou#le if you had o#eyed my instructions. 11. If you hadn"t #een in such a hurry, you (not $"t) ………………..su$ar into the sauce instead of salt. 12. If she had listened to my directions, she (not t"%n)……………….. down the wron$ street. 1!. If you (loo*)……………….. at the en$ine for a moment, you would have seen what was missin$. 1%. 5e would have #een arrested if he (t%/) …………………to leave the country. 1'. I (ta*#)…………………….. a ta6i if I had realised that it was such a lon$ way. PUT THE VERBS IN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE TO MAKE CONDITIONALS 1. If he888888888888888early today, I won9t wait for him. ( NOT COME ) 2. I888888888888888to :ahamas if I $et much money. ( 0O ) !. If you see her,888888888888888her to come. (TELL ) %. 3hat will you do if you888888888888888your ass ort* ( LOSE ) '. /tay at home if you888888888888888to come. ( NOT WANT ) ). If you88888888888888your drivin$ e6am, you88888888888888to 3ales last summer. ( PASS / DRIVE ) +. If you888888888888888the flowers, they88888888888888. ( NOT WATER / DIE ) -. ;eter888888888888888money if he888888888888888a jo#. ( EARN / !AVE ) .. If I888888888888888, I888888888888888you, #ut I for$ot.( REMEM1ER / TELEP!ONE ) 10. I888888888888888an am#ulance if I888888888888888an accident. ( CALL / SEE ) 11. If you 888888888888888 ( SIT ) down, I 888888888888888 ( TELL ) the teacher that you are here. 12. If I 888888888888888 ( 1E ) you, I 888888888888888 ( STUD2 ) harder. 1!. 5e 88888888888888 ( COME ) if he 88888888888 ( !AVE ) time, #ut he didn9t. 1%. 5e 888888888888888 ( 3ILL ) a man if he 888888888888888 ( 3NOW ) the truth. 1'. If she 888888888888888 ( COME ), 888888888888888 ( TELL ) her that I want to see her. 1).(hey mi$ht #e an$ry if we888888888888888to their arty ne6t wee,. ( NOT 0O ) 1+.If the e6aminer had read the assa$e more slowly, the candidates 888888888 8888888888 it. ( UNDERSTAND ) 1-. (hey could $et lost if they888888888888888a road ma . ( NOT !AVE ) 1.. 5e would have won the ri2e if he888888888888888harder, #ut he didn9t. ( TR2 ) 20. If she had told me the truth, I 888888888888888888888 her (FOR0IVE4

21. I9ll collect the a ers if you888888888888888. ( FINIS! ) 22.(he man said he88888888888888me unless I told him where the money was. ( !IT ) 2!. I8888888888888a ma for her in case she couldn9t find our house. ( DRAW ) 2%. I can9t understand why he9s late unless he888888888888888our messa$e. ( NOT 0ET ) 2'. In case they888888888888888my first letter I wrote them a second one. ( NOT RECEIVE ) 2). If I found 100 ounds in the street, I 8888888888888888 it. ( 3EEP ) 2+. (hey9d #e rather an$ry if you 888888888888888 them. ( NOT VISIT ) 2-. If I had #een offered the jo#, I thin, I 888888888888888 it. ( TA3E ) 2.. I9m sure (om will lend you some money. I would #e very sur rised if he 888888888888888 .( REFUSE ) !0. <any eo le would #e out of wor, if that factory 8888888888 down.(CLOSE) !1. If she sold her car, /he 88888888888888 much money for it. ( NOT 0ET ) !2. (hey9re e6 ectin$ us. (hey would #e disa ointed if we 88888888888888. ( NOT COME ) !!. 3ould 4eor$e #e an$ry if I 888888888888 his #i,e without as,in$* ( TA3E ) !%. =nn $ave me this rin$. /he 888888888888888 terri#ly sorry if I lost it. ( 1E ) !'. If someone 888888888888888 in here with a $un, I9d #e fri$htened. ( WAL3 ) !). 3hat would have ha ened if you 88888888888888 to wor, yesterday* ( NOT 0O ) !+. I9m sure she 88888888 if you had e6 lained the situation to her. UNDERSTAND) !-. 3hat would you do if a millionaire 888888888 you to marry him/her* (AS3) !.. 3hat would you do if you 8888888888888 your ass ort in a forei$n country* ( LOSE ) %0. 3hat would you do if someone 888888888 an e$$ at you* ( T!ROW ) %1. If I went to #ed now, I 88888888888888. ( NOT SLEEP ) %2. If she 8888888888 for the jo#, she would have $ot it. ( APPL2 ) %!. If I 888888888888888 her num#er, I would tele hone her. ( 3NOW ) %%. I 888888888888888 that coat if I were you. ( NOT 1U2 ) %'. I 888888888888888 you a ci$arette if I had one #ut I haven9t. ( 0IVE ) %). (his sou would taste #etter if it 88888888888888 more salt in it. ( !AVE ) %+. If you 888888888888888 to #ed so late every ni$ht, you wouldn9t #e so tired all the time. ( NOT 0O ) %-. I wouldn 9t mind livin$ in >n$land if the weather 888888888888 #etter. ( 1E ) %.. I9d hel you if I 8888888888 #ut I9m afraid I can9t. ( CAN ) '0. If I were you, I 888888888888888 him. ( NOT MARR2 )

?O<;@>(> (5> />A(>A?>/ 1BIf he had ta,en my advice… 2BIf you ate less… !B3e9ll send for the doctor … %BIf she ractised more… 'BIf there isnCt enou$h wine in the #ottle…

)BIf you had chec,ed the etrol #efore we started… +B(hey wouldn9t have #ro,en u -BIf these $ates are loc,ed…. .BIf we leave #efore #rea,fast… 10BIf the river rises any hi$her… 11B(he $rass would loo, #etter if… 12B&nless it is a nice day… 1!B5e would lend it to you… 1%B If the storm #ecomes worse… 1'BI9d have #rou$ht my coat… 1)BIf I had a car… 1+B7ou will have to $o to the dentist… 1-BIf (om rin$s while I9m out… 1.BIf you had as,ed his ermission… 20BIf you had tried to clim# it without a $uide…
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES5 T/$# I 1Bturns 2B#urns !Bdon9t li,e %Bwill have 'Bsee )Bwill you romise +Bdon9t #elieve -Bli,es .B ,nows 10Bwon9t #e a#le CONDITIONAL SENTENCES5 t/$# II 1Bwould you #e a#le 2B didn9t #elon$ !Bwon %Bwould you do 'B,new )Bsto ed +Bsaw -Bwould #e .Bwouldn9t #e 10Bhad 11Bwould $row 12Bremoved 1!B#anned 1%B$ot 1'Bwould you s end CONDITIONAL SENTENCES 5 T/$# III 1Bhadn9t seen 2Bwould have fallen !Bwouldn9t have stun$ %Bhad realised 'Bwould have sto ed )B wouldn9t have lent +Bhadn9t snee2ed -Bwouldn9t have $ot .Bhad tried 10Bwouldn9t have $ot 11Bwouldn9t have ut 12Bwouldn9t have turned 1!Bhad loo,ed 1%Bhad tried 1'Bwould have ta,en PUT T!E VER1S IN 1RAC3ETS IN T!E CORRECT TENSE TO MA3E 6 1Bdoesn9t come 2Bwill $o !Btell %Blose 'Bdon9t want )Bhad assedDwould have driven +Bdon 9t water Ewill die -Bwould earn Ehad .Bhad remem#eredDwould have tele honed 10Bwould call Esaw 11BsitDwill tell 12Bwas/wereDwould study 1!B would have comeDhad had 1%B would ,illD,new 1'BcomesDtell 1)B didn9t $o 1+Bwould have understood 1-Bdidn9t have 1.Bhad tried 20Bwould have for$iven 21Bfinish 22Bwould hit 2!Bdrew 2%Bdidn9t $et 2'Bdidn9t receive 2)Bwould ,ee 2+Bdidn9t visit 2-Bwould have ta,en 2.Brefused !0Bclosed !1Bwouldn9t $et !2Bdidn9t come !!Btoo, !%Bwould #e !'Bwal,ed !)Bhadn9t $one !+Bwould have understood !-Bas,ed !.B lost %0Bthrew %1B wouldn9t slee %2B had a lied %!B,new %%Bwoudn9t #uy %'Bwould $ive %)Bhad %+Bdidn9t $o %-Bwas/were %.Bcould '0B wouldn9t marry.

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