First Conditional – Exercises

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Exercises

Complete the first conditional sentences.

  1. If I (bump)  into Claire, I (tell)  her you said hello.1. if-clause: simple present|2. main clause: will + infinitive
  2. People (be)  happy if there (be)  enough food and drink.1. main clause: will + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present
  3. We (call)  you if your parcel (arrive)  today.1. main clause: will + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present
  4. They (come)  if she (send)  them a hand-written invitation.1. main clause: will + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present
  5. If Tom (have)  enough money left over, he (book)  a holiday.1. if-clause: simple present|2. main clause: will + infinitive

Complete the first conditional sentences.

  1. If Charlie (buy)  a new TV, he (not/have)  enough money to pay his rent.1. if-clause: simple present|2. negative main clause: won’t + infinitive
  2. If you (not/learn)  the key vocabulary, you (not/pass)  the test.1. negative if-clause: simple present, 2nd person singular → don’t + infinitive|2. negative main clause: won’t + infinitive
  3. They (not/be)  angry if you (tell)  them the truth.1. negative main clause: won’t + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present
  4. She (not/change)  her mind if he (keep)  asking her.1. negative main clause: won’t + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present
  5. His health (not/get)  better if he (not/stop)  smoking.1. negative main clause: won’t + infinitive|2. negative if-clause: simple present, 3rd person singular → doesn’t + infinitive

Complete the first conditional questions.

  1. If you (be)  in town later, (you/buy)  some milk?1. if-clause: simple present|2. question in main clause: will + subject + infinitive
  2. (she/cancel)  the wedding if she (find)  out the secret?1. question in main clause: will + subject + infinitive|2. if-clause: simple present
  3. If you (have)  time later, (you/help)  me with the dishes?1. if-clause: simple present|2. question in main clause: will + subject + infinitive
  4. (they/be)  angry if I (not/come)  to their party?1. question in main clause: will + subject + infinitive|2. negative if-clause: simple present, 1st person singular → don’t + infinitive
  5. If I (not/do)  the assignment, (I/be)  in trouble?1. negative if-clause: simple present, 1st person singular → don‘t + infinitive|2. question in main clause: will + subject + infinitive