Mixed Conditionals – Exercises

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Exercises

Decide which sentence best describes the mixed conditional sentences.

  1. If I were a better baker, I would have made the cake myself.second conditional if-clause, third conditional main clause|I am not a good baker, I didn’t make the cake myself
  2. If we had won the lottery last night, we would be rich right now.third conditional if-clause, second conditional main clause|we didn’t win the lottery, we are not rich now
  3. If the playground were safe, the kids wouldn’t have been injured.second conditional if-clause, third conditional main clause|the playground is not safe, the kids were injured
  4. We wouldn’t be so hungry if we had ordered the food earlier.second conditional main clause, third conditional if-clause|we are hungry, we didn’t order our food early enough
  5. If he were a nice person, he wouldn’t have shouted.second conditional if-clause, third conditional main clause|he is not a nice person, he raised his voice
  6. If we had stayed together, we would be miserable.third conditional if-clause, second conditional main clause|we did not stay together, we are not miserable