1. If he had studied hard, he would have passed the final exam.
2. If I had hadenough money, I would have gone with you.
3. If the weather is nice tomorrow, we would have gone to the zoo
4. If I had found her address, I would have sent her an invitation.
5. If the team had played well, it would have won the competition.
6. If Alter Bridge had been here, I would have been very happy.
Exercises on Conditional Sentences Type 1
Some friends are planning a party. Everybody wants to party, but nobody's really keen on preparing and organising the party. So everybody comes up with a few conditions, just to make sure that the others will also do something.
Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I.
1. If Caroline and Sue prepare prepares will prepare the salad, Phil decorate decorates will decorate the house.
2. If Sue cut cuts will cut the onions for the salad, Caroline peel peels will peel the mushrooms.
3. Jane hoover hoovers will hoover the sitting room if Aaron and Tim move moves will move the furniture.
4. If Bob tidy tidies will tidy up the kitchen, Anita clean cleans will clean the toilet.
5. Elaine buy buys will buy the drinks if somebody help helps will help her carry the bottles.
6. If Alan and Rebecca organise organises will organise the food, Mary and Conor make makes will make the sandwiches.
7. If Bob look looks will look after the barbecue, Sue let lets will let the guests in.
8. Frank play plays will play the DJ if the others bring brings will bring along their CDs.
9. Alan mix mixes will mix the drinks if Jane give gives will give him some of her cocktail recipes.
10. If they all do does will do their best, the party is are will be great.
Exercise on Conditional Sentences Type 2
Janine is a daydreamer. She imagines what would happen if she won the lottery.
Complete the Conditional Sentences Type II.
1. If I would play played the lottery, I would have had a chance to hit the jackpot.
2. If I would hit hit the jackpot, I would be were rich.
3. If I would be were rich, my life would change changed completely.
4. I would buy bought a lonely island if I would find found a nice one.
5. If I would own owned a lonely island, I would build built a huge house by the beach.
6. I would invite invited all my friends if I would have had a house by the beach.
7. I would pick picked my friends up in my yacht if they would want wanted to spend their holidays on my island.
8. We would have had great parties if my friends would come came to my island.
9. If we would like liked to go shopping in a big city, we would charter chartered a helicopter.
10. But if my friends' holidays would be were over, I would feel felt very lonely on my lonely island.
Complete the Conditional Sentences (Type II) by putting the verbs into the correct form. Useconditional I with wouldin the main clause.
1. If we (have) a yacht, we (sail) the seven seas.
2. If he (have) more time, he (learn) karate.
3. If they (tell) their father, he (be) very angry.
4. She (spend) a year in the USA if it (be) easier to get a green card.
5. If I (live) on a lonely island, I (run) around naked all day.
6. We (help) you if we (know) how.
7. My brother (buy) a sports car if he (have) the money.
8. If I (feel) better, I (go) to the cinema with you.
9. If you (go) by bike more often, you (be / not) so flabby.
10. She (not / talk) to you if she (be) mad at you.
Exercise on Conditional Sentences Type 3
What a match – your favourite team has lost again! So after the game, the supporters discuss what could have been different.
Complete the Conditional Sentences Type III.
1. If the midfielders would have passed had passed the ball more exactly, our team would have had had had more chances to attack.
2. If the forwards would have run had run faster, they would have scored had scored more goals.
3. Their motivation would have improved had improved if they would have kicked had kicked a goal during the first half.
4. The fullbacks would have prevented had prevented one or the other goal if they would have marked had marked their opponents.
5. If the goalie would have jumped had jumped up, he would have caught had caught the ball.
6. If the referee would have seen had seen the foul, he would have awarded had awarded a penalty kick to our team.
7. Our team would have been had been in better form if they would have trained had trained harder the weeks before.
8. The game would have become had become better if the trainer would have sent had sent a substitute in during the second half.
9. If it would have been had been a home game, our team would have won had won the match.
10. If our team would have won had won the match, they would have moved had moved up in the league.
Complete the Conditional Sentences (Type III) by putting the verbs into the correct form. Use conditional II with would in the main clause.
1. If you (study) for the test, you (pass) it.
2. If you (ask) me, I (help) you.
3. If we (go) to the cinema, we (see) my friend Jacob.
4. If you (speak) English, she (understand) .
5. If they (listen) to me, we (be) home earlier.
6. I (write) you a postcard if I (have) your address.
7. If I (not / break) my leg, I (take part) in the contest.
8. If it (not/ start) to rain, we (walk) to the museum.
9. We (swim) in the sea if there (not / be) so many sharks there.
10. If she (take) the bus, she (not / arrive) on time.
Exercises on Conditional Sentences (Mix)
Type I, II or III
Decide whether the following Conditional Sentences are Type I, II or II.
1. If he had dropped the vase, it would have broken. Type I Type II Type III
2. If you have to do the washing up, I will help you. Type I Type II Type III
3. If I had a hammer, I'd hammer in the morning ... (song) Type I Type II Type III
4. I wouldn't run away if I saw a spider. Type I Type II Type III
5. We'd have given you a lift if you hadn't had your bike with you. Type I Type II Type III
6. If you had listened to me, the accident wouldn't have happened. Type I Type II Type III
7. If we don't get tickets for the concert, we'll stay at home. Type I Type II Type III
8. They'd go by bus if they didn't have a car. Type I Type II Type III
9. She'll hear us if you don't stop laughing. Type I Type II Type III
10. He wouldn't have taken the bread if he hadn't been hungry. Type I Type II Type III
Complete the Conditional Sentences. Decide whether to use Type I, II or III.
1. If I had time, I go goes will go went had gone would go would have gone shopping with you.
2. If you speak speaks will speak spoke had spoken would speak would have spoken English, you will get along with them perfectly.
3. If they had gone for a walk, they turn turns will turn turned had turned would turn would have turned the lights off.
4. If she come comes will come came had come would come would have come to see us, we will go to the zoo.
5. I would have told you, if I see sees will see saw had seen would see would have seen him.
6. Would you mind if I open opens will open opened had opened would open would have opened the window?
7. If they invite invites will invite invited had invited would invite would have invited me, I wouldn't have said no.
8. My friend meet meets will meet met had met would meet would have met me at the station if he gets the afternoon off.
9. If I don't do doesn't do won't do didn't do hadn't done would do would have done it, nobody would do it.
10. If my father don't pick doesn't pick won't pick didn't pick hadn't picked wouldn't pick wouldn't have picked me up, I'll take the bus home.
Complete the Conditional Sentences (Type I, II or III) by putting the verbs into the correct form.
1. If they (have) time at the weekend, they will come to see us.
2. If we sneak out quietly, nobody (notice) .
3. If we (know) about your problem, we would have helped you.
4. If I (be) you, I would not buy that dress.
5. We (arrive) earlier if we had not missed the bus.
6. If I didn't have a mobile phone, my life (not / be) complete.
7. Okay, I (get) the popcorn if you buy the drinks.
8. If I (tell) you a secret, you would be sure to leak it.
9. She (go) out with you if you had only asked her.
10. I would not have read your diary if you (not hide) it in such an obvious place.
Complete the Conditional Sentences with the correct form (Type I, II or III).
§ If I am will be were had been would be would have been stronger, I'd help you carry the piano.
§ If we'd seen you, we stop will stop stopped had stopped would stop would have stopped .
§ If we meet will meet met had met would meet would have met him tomorrow, we'll say hello.
§ He would have repaired the car himself if he has will have had had had would have would have had the tools.
§ If you drop the vase, it breaks will break broke had broken would break would have broken .
§ If I hadn't studied, I do not pass will not pass did not pass had not passed would not pass would not have passed the exam.
§ I wouldn't go to school by bus if I have will have had had had would have would have had a driving licence.
§ If she doesn't see won't see hadn't seen didn't see wouldn't see wouldn't have seen him every day, she'd be lovesick.
§ I don't travel won't travel didn't travel hadn't travelled wouldn't travel wouldn't have travelled to London if I don't get a cheap flight.
§ We'd be stupid if we tell will tell told had told would tell would have told him about our secret.