Conditionals – Exercises

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Zero Conditionals

Complete the zero conditional sentences.

  1. If you (not/like)  the soup, you (not/have)  to eat it.Zero conditional: simple present in both clauses.
  2. If you (heat)  water, it (boil) .Zero conditional: simple present in both clauses.
  3. My dog (get)  hyperactive if I (not/walk)  her twice a day.Zero conditional: simple present in both clauses.

First Conditionals

Complete the first conditional sentences.

  1. If it (rain) , we (not/go)  to the park.1. if-clause: simple present|2. negative main clause: won’t + infinitive
  2. If you (not/know)  the way, I (pick)  you up.1. if-clause: simple present|2. main clause: will + infinitive
  3. My mum (bake)  a cake if you (come)  to see us.1. main clause: will + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present

Second Conditionals

Complete the second conditional sentences.

  1. If you (study)  harder, you (get)  better marks in your tests.1. if-clause: simple past|2. main clause: would + infinitive
  2. If I (be)  rich, I (travel)  around the world.1. if-clause: simple past|we can use were and was after I in second conditional if-clauses|2. main clause: would + infinitive
  3. She (come)  to the market with us if she (not/have)  to work.1. main clause: would + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple past

Third Conditionals

Complete the third conditional sentences.

  1. If you (help)  us, we (finish)  the work in half the time.1. if-clause: past perfect|2. main clause: would have + past participle
  2. I (call)  you earlier if I (not/lose)  your phone number.1. main clause: would have + past participle|2. if-clause: past perfect|irregular verb: lose-lost-lost
  3. They (not/drive)  to the theatre if they (know)  about the snow.1. main clause: would have + past participle|irregular verb: drive-drove-driven|2. if-clause: past perfect|irregular verb: know-knew-known