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CONDITIONAL CLAUSES TYPES I, II AND III


Complete these Type I conditional sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets.


  1. If you like fruit, you should try (try) these peaches.

  2. If you heat water to 100°C, it boils  (boil). (0 conditional)

  3. If it keeps on raining, they will not be able (not / be able) to play the match.

  4. “Unless the chair is in the sale,they will not buy (not / buy) it,” my mother said.

  5. You should call (call) for a doctor if you really have a temperature.

  6. If you rent an apartment by the seaside, you you will have (have) a fantastic holiday.

  7. Unless you give me a lift, I will not arrive (not / arrive) in time.

  8. You should come (come) here if you want me to explain the exercise.


Decide if the following sentences are Type I or Type II conditionals and put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.


  1. If you want to make a good salad, you should buy (buy) fresh vegetables.

  2. Sharon wouldn’t have (not / have) so many dental problems if she brushed her teeth every day.

  3. Lisa will have (have) a sleepless night if she drinks too much coffee.

  4. If I asked you, would you do (you / do) me a favour?

  5. If they go to bed late, they will probably oversleep (probably / oversleep).

  6. Maggie would do it if she knew (know) how.

  7. What would you do if you didn’t have (not / have) to go to work every day?

  8. Henry shouldn't give them a second chance unless they make (make) an effort.


Complete these Type III conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.


  1. I would have attended (attend) the conference if I. had known(know) it was going to be so interesting. We would have been (be) very pleased if you had accepted (accept) our invitation.

  1. Would you have married (you / marry) Mark if he had asked(ask) you?

  2. Robert wouldn’t have crashed (not / crash) into that tree if he had driven (drive) more carefully.

  3. If it had cost (cost) more, I wouldn’t have bought (not / buy) it.

  4. They would have opened (open) the new shop last week if everything had been (be) ready in time.

  5. If he had been (be) more careful, he wouldn’t have broken (not / break) the vase.

  6. She would have forgiven (forgive) you if you had phoned (phone) her before.


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