If-Clauses - Exercises

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Exercises

if-clauses, type I
Complete the sentences.

  1. If it (rain) , we (stay)  at home.if-clause in the simple present, clause without if in the future I (will)
  2. If you (know/not)  the way, I (pick)  you up.if-clause in the simple present, clause without if in the future I (will)
  3. My mum (bake)  a cake if you (come)  to see us.clause without if in the future I (will), if-clause in the simple present

if-clauses, type II
Complete the sentences.

  1. If you (study)  harder, you (get)  better marks in your tests.if-clause in the simple past, clause without if: would + basic form
  2. If I (be)  rich, I (travel)  around the world.if-clause in the simple past, clause without if: would + basic form|Exception: In the type II if-clause, we use were for all forms of be (not was)
  3. She (come)  to the market with us if she (have/not)  to work.clause without if: would + basic form, if-clause in the simple past

if-clauses, type III
Complete the sentences.

  1. If you (help)  us, we (finish)  the work in next to no time.if-clause in the past perfect, clause without if: would + have + past participle
  2. I (call)  you earlier if I (lose/not)  your phone number.clause without if: would + have + past participle|if-clause in the past perfect
  3. They (go/not)  to the theatre by car if the weather (be)  better.clause without if: would + have + past participle|if-clause in the past perfect

if-clauses, mixed
Complete the sentences.

  1. If I (have)  a compass, I would give it to you.type II if-clause|if-clause in the simple past, clause without if: would + basic form
  2. If he hadn’t been ill, he (run)  the marathon.type III if-clause|if-clause in the past perfect, clause without if: would + have + past participle
  3. If you go to Ireland, you (need)  a raincoat.type I if-clause|if-clause in the simple present, clause without if: future I (will)
  4. We (miss/not)  the train if we had got up earlier.type III if-clause|clause without if: would + have + past participle, if-clause in the past perfect
  5. If we lived in the country, the kids (play)  outside all day long.type II if-clause|if-clause in the simple past, clause without if: would + basic form
  6. If they (eat/not)  that much, they wouldn’t have got a stomach ache.type III if-clause|if-clause in the past perfect, clause without if: would + have + past participle
  7. I will not be able to write you if you (give/not)  me your address.type I if-clause|clause without if: future I (will), if-clause in the simple present

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