Conditional Sentences: Mixed Types Test 4 Group 1

1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Put the verbs into the correct tenses.

If you (find) a skeleton in the cellar don’t mention it to anyone. If you pass your examination we (have) a celebration. If I press this button what (happen)? I should have voted for her if I (have) a vote then. If you go to Paris where you (stay)? 6. If someone offered to buy you one of those rings, which you (сhoose)? 7. If the fog (get) thick the flight may be cancelled. 8. If the milkman (come) tell him to leave two pints. 9. If you leave your glasses there someone (sit) on them. 10.You would play better bridge if you (not talk) so much. 11. If I hear the burglar alarm what I (do)? 12.If you (read) the instructions carefully you wouldn’t have answered the wrong questions. 13.I could repair the roof myself if I (have) a long ladder. 14.Unless they turn that wireless off I (go) mad. 15.If you saw a Brontosaurus walking down Oxford Street what you(do)? 16.If we (run) out of petrol here we’ll have a long way to walk. 17.If you shake that bottle of port it (not be) fit to drink. 18.Unless he (come) with me I’ll probably get lost. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Finish these sentences, taking care to use the correct tenses. If the storm becomes worse… If your uncle sees you… If you tried to climb … If you didn’t shake your camera so much, your photographs … I’d have brought my coat… If he cut his hair more often… He would have given her diamonds if… If you had asked his permission… If the fire had been noteced earlier… If hens had any sense… You would have been angry if… If he had put flowers into water at once…

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 3.

I should have ordered more coal if… If you leave the gate open… You will have to go to the dentist if… He would have been drowned if… If I’d had a car… If the telephone rings while I’m in my bath… Put each verb into a suitable tense and form.

1. Can you do something for me? If David (call),(you give)him a message? 2. It’s a pity I don’t know her phone number. If I (know)her number, I (give)her a ring. 3. Don’t worry. If you (take) these pills, you (feel) better in a couple of days. 4.If I (be) you, I (not go) by train. 5.I’m so busy. If I (have) more free time, I (take up) tennis. 6. If (you not take) the dog for a walk, it (start) barking. 7.What (you do) if (you see) a ghost? 8.Don’t eat too much. If we (eat) all the food now, we (not have) any for this evening. 9. If I (be) taller, I (be able to) reach the top shelf, but I can’t. 10. Take some warm clothes with you. If the weather (change) , you (be) cold. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. Make sentences with the same meaning by omitting if.

If you should need more money, go to the bank before six o’clock. If I were you, I wouldn’t do that. If they had realised the danger, they would have done it differently. If Alan had tried to explain, I’m sure the professor would have given him another chance. 5. If anyone should call, would you please take a message? 6. If I were your teacher, I would insist you do better work. 7. If everyone had arrived on time, none of these problems would have occurred. 8. If the post office should close before I get there, I’ll mail your package in the morning. 9. If I had not opened the door when I did, I wouldn’t have seen you walk by. 10.If she were just a little older, I would start giving her driving lessons. 11.If you should change your mind, please let me know immediately. 12.She would have got the job if she had been better prepared.


Complete the following conditional sentences.

1. The situation might improve if … 2. If someone should get injured during the race… 3. I couldn’t have fixed the bicycle if… 4. Mr Swanson might have hired you for the summer if… 5. If you should arrive at the meeting before I do… 6. Some of the research might have been lost if … 7. It looks like the catastrophe could have been avoided if… 8. We could still get out of this mess if… 9. If you should happen to … please… 10.I might have … if I had… 11.All things considered, I might have not succeeded if… 12.… could have avoided the problem if… 13.If your car should break down on the highway… 14.I might understand your problem better if… 15.You could have got the job if … 16.… could have… if she had… 17.Ann could have… if… 18.I might have helped… if…

Conditional sentences: mixed exercise
7 sentences, click on the correct answer.
1 If people were a little more tolerant ... our world would have been a better place. our world would be a better place. our world will be a better place. 2 If my father had locked his car properly ... his car would never have been stolen. his car will not be stolen. his car would not be stolen. 3 If the ozone layer peels off a little more we ... we ran a much higher risk of attracting skin cancer. would run a much higher risk of attracting skin cancer. will run a much higher risk of attracting skin cancer. 4 I would never feel comfortable on a plane if ... I know it's the pilot's maiden trip.

I knew it's the pilot's maiden trip. I would know that it's the pilot's maiden trip. 5 A dog will never bite you if ... you will look it straight in the eyes, I'm told. you look it straight in the eyes, I'm told. you looked it straight in the eyes, I'm told. 6 The first thing I will do is drive to Spain if ... I would get my driving licence. I got my driving licence. I get my driving licence. 7 If John hadn't responded in such an aggressive manner he ... would never have a black eye. won't have a black eye. would never have had a black eye.

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