ex.1: Which type of Conditional Sentence is it? (Conditionals I, II and III)

  1. If I get a job, I will earn some money. (type I)
  2. If the taxi driver had driven more carefully, the accident wouldn’t have happened. (type III)
  3. If Ms Brown doesn’t find her car key, she will have to go home by bus. (type I)
  4. If Marion did her homework, she would get a good mark in his next test. (type II)
  5. If it starts raining, we won’t go on a hiking trip. (type I)
  6. If we had had more time, we would have stayed longer. (type III)


ex.2: Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb. (Conditionals I, II and III)

  1. If I go to town, I will buy a new jeans
  2. If he had more time, he would help her
  3. If my parents had bought the house, we would have moved to Toronto.
  4. If it is warm tomorrow, we will go swimming.
  5. If Mr. Brown sold his old car, he wouldn't get a lot of money for it.
  6. If I had known they were coming, I would have bought a cake.


ex 4: Complete the text with the right forms of the verbs

Harry is talking to his mum about their next summer holidays.

Harry:        Mum, I can't believe that you've booked that trip to Spain by boat! If you had asked me, I

                    would have told you that I don't want to go.
Mum:         I know. That's why I didn't ask...
Harry:       And if you allowed me to take some friends along, I would enjoy it, but now it'll be

                   really boring.
Mum:         If we had lots of money, you would be able to invite all your friends.
Harry:        But it takes two days by boat! If we go by plane, we will be there in an hour.
Mum:         Yes, but there is a lot to do on the boat.
Harry:        Maybe, but on the plane, I can watch at least four different films on the way

                    there if I want.
Mum:         Well, that's too bad for you then. But you'll enjoy the trip anyway.