Presentation on theme: "Conditional Sentences Exercises. Exercises 1 Complete the sentences. 1. If your conditions are competitive, we (place) an order. 2. If I had more time,"— Presentation transcript:
Conditional Sentences Exercises
Exercises 1 Complete the sentences. 1. If your conditions are competitive, we (place) an order. 2. If I had more time, I (do) a course in business English. 3. If we had known more about their culture, negotiating (be) easier. 4. If you (customize) your CV, your chances of getting a job will be better. 5. We (cancel) our order if you don't deliver the goods by Friday. 6. If Brittany (speak) better English, she would apply for a job abroad. 7. If you (tell) me about the problem, I would have helped you.
Exercise 2 1. I (let) you know if I weren't satisfied. 2. If you execute the order carelessly, they (place / not) another order with you in the future. 3. If I were you, I (worry / not) about the presentation. 4. If I had time, I (go) shopping with you. 5. If you (speak) English, you will get along with them perfectly. 6. If they had gone for a walk, they (turn) the lights off. 7. If she (come) to see us, we will go to the zoo. 8. I would have told you, if I (see) him.
Exercise 3 1. Would you mind if I (open) the window? 2. If they (invite) me, I wouldn't have said no. 3. My friend me (meet) at the station if he gets the afternoon off. 4. If I (not do) it, nobody would do it. 5. If my father (not pick) me up, I'll take the bus home. 6. If they (have) time at the weekend, they will come to see us. 7. If we sneak out quietly, nobody (notice).
Exercise 3 1. If we (know) about your problem, we would have helped you. 2. If I (be) you, I would not buy that dress. 3. We (arrive) earlier if we had not missed the bus. 4. If I didn't have a mobile phone, my life (not / be) complete. 5. Okay, I (get) the popcorn if you buy the drinks. 6. If I (tell) you a secret, you would be sure to leak it. 7. She (go) out with you if you had only asked her. 8. I would not have read your diary if you (not hide) it in such an obvious place.
1. If I (be) stronger, I'd help you carry the piano. 2. If we'd seen you, we (stop). 3. If we (meet) him tomorrow, we'll say hello. 4. He would have repaired the car himself if he (have) the tools. 5. If you drop the vase, it (break). 6. If I hadn't studied, I (not pass) the exam. 7. I wouldn't go to school by bus if I (have) a driving licence. 8. If she (not see) him every day, she'd be lovesick. 9. I (not travel) to London if I don't get a cheap flight. 10. We'd be stupid if we (tell) him about our secret.