Mixed conditional forms exercise

Conditional forms exercise

Conditional forms exercise
... first conditional b) second conditional c) third conditional Were you to win the lottery, what would you do? a) first conditional b) second conditional c) third conditional Answers Second conditional ... conditional Answers Second conditional First conditional Second conditional Third conditional First conditional First conditional Third conditional Second conditional Stay on top of your writing!...
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Conditional forms exercise 2

Conditional forms exercise 2
... zero conditional b) first conditional c) third conditional d) second conditional I would handle the situation better, if I were in charge a) zero conditional b) first conditional c) second conditional ... first conditional c) second conditional d) third conditional Answers Zero conditional (In zero conditional, we use a simple present tense in both clauses.) First conditional (In first conditional, ... third conditional If you had run a bit faster, you would have won a) zero conditional b) first conditional c) second conditional d) third conditional I will buy a car, if I get my rise a) zero conditional...
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Conditional Sentences exercise

Conditional Sentences exercise
... If you hadn’t (A) left the car(B) unlocked, it (C) wouldn’t have(D) be stolen Exercise : Rewrite the following sentences using If clauses I don’t have enough money I can’t go on a long holiday ... beach tomorrow it’s raining 10/ We’ll never get there on time the train leaves soon Exercise 4:Chän mét lçi sai c¸c c©u sau: (A)Unless there (B)had been a (C)heavy storm, the climber ... discolored A will not be protected B are not protected C were not protected D are not being protected Exercise 3: Put “if” or “unless” into these spaces 1/ we hurry, we’ll miss the bus 2/ Will...
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Conditional sentences exercise

Conditional sentences exercise
... type one conditional sentence In a type conditional sentence, we sometimes use should in the if-clause to suggest that something is less likely.) Either ‘see’ or ‘should see’ (In a zero conditional ... ‘should see’ (In a zero conditional sentence we use a present tense in both clauses These types of sentences are used to talk about situations that are always real or possible Should see is also...
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First conditional sentences exercise

First conditional sentences exercise
... map, we will be able to get out of here 10 I will get up earlier if I have a good reason to Be first to know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's...
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Infinitives and ing forms exercise

Infinitives and  ing forms exercise
... thought of failing never entered his head She is very good at solving problems I am tired of listening to advice A strimmer is a machine for cutting grass and weeds I must find something to kill ... that fly I am proud of having won / I am proud to have won You can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs I look forward to hearing from you 10 I am not used to driving in London Be first to ... for killing c) Either answer is correct I am proud ……………………………………… won a) of having b) to have c) Either answer is correct You can’t make an omelette without ……………………………… eggs a) breaking b) to...
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