Conditional sentences (tandem exercise)
- Fill in the correct form of the verb.
- Have a look at the example in the first line of the table to understand how to do the exercise.
|Conditional sentences||Conditional sentences|
If we don’t give him enough food our dog ~ (to be) angry.
If we don’t give him enough food our dog will be angry
|1||If I ~ (to be) you I would go to Toni’s birthday party.||1||If I were you I would go to Toni’s birthday party.|
|2||If I get my pocket money tomorrow, I ~ (to buy) a new CD.||2||If I get my pocket money tomorrow, I will buy a new CD.|
|3||I ~ (to come) home at five, if I get the early bus.||3||I will come home at five, if I get the early bus.|
|4||If we had snow, I ~ (not to ride) my bike to school.||4||If we had snow, I wouldn’t ride my bike to school.|
|5||I wouldn’t buy that t-shirt if I ~ (to be) you.||5||I wouldn’t buy that t-shirt if I were you.|
|6||I ~ (to sing), if there was no school tomorrow.||6||I would sing, if there was no school tomorrow.|
|7||I would stay in bed all day, if I was ill.||7||I ~ (to stay) in bed all day, if I was ill.|
|8||If there was no school I would be glad.||8||If there was no school I ~ (to be) glad.|
|9||I will call you tomorrow, if I have enough time.||9||I will call you tomorrow, if I ~ (to have) enough time.|
|10||It would be strange, if I saw an elephant in our classroom.||10||It would be strange, if I ~ (to see) an elephant in our classroom.|
|11||If you prepare well, you’ll get a good mark in the test.||11||If you ~ (to prepare) well, you’ll get a good mark in the test.|
|12||If I see you tomorrow I will give you back your CDs.||12||If I see you tomorrow I ~ (to give) you back your CDs.|
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