Conditional Conjunctions – Exercises

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Exercises

Choose the correct conjunction to complete the sentences.

  1. Liverpool win on Monday, will they be top of the league?what if? = supposing
  2. He wouldn’t miss our date it was an emergency.except if = unless
  3. There won’t be any problems you follow the rules exactly.only if = provided that
  4. Your parents will be proud you try your best.only if = as long as
  5. I can’t leave early I get permission from my boss.except if = unless
  6. I would move abroad I already had a safe job and a place to live in the new country.only if = as long as

Rewrite the underlined if-clauses using as long as, supposing or unless.

  1. We will go jogging if it doesn’t rain.
    We will go jogging .unless replaces if … not|add -s to the verb in the 3rd person singular|as long as is also possible here, as long as = only if
  2. You will only pass the exam if you study hard.
    You will pass the exam hard.as long as means only if
  3. What if you fail, will you take the test again?
    , will you take the test again?supposing replaces what if
  4. You’re going to miss the train if you don’t hurry!
    You’re going to miss the train !unless replaces if … not
  5. What if you were fired next week, what would you do?
    fired next week, what would you do?supposing replaces what if
  6. I will only cook dinner if you do the dishes.
    I will cook dinner the dishes.as long as means only if