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English Test on Conditional Sentences Type 1, 2, 3 and Exceptions

Language Guide German + Dictionary for iPhone and iPod-Touch (made by ego4u)

Test your knowledge on Conditional Sentences. After submitting your answers, you will see how well you have done in the test.

Conditional Sentences Type I, II, III

Complete the sentences according to the basic rules for Conditional Sentences.

  • It silly if we tried to walk there.
  • I the film only if the reviews are good.
  • She'd have taken me to the station if her car down.
  • If you , he won't help you.
  • If it yesterday, we would have gone sailing.
  • after their dog again if they go on holiday this year?
  • Would you mind if I your mobile?
  • I the mail if it had contained a virus.
  • Even if I a wet-suit, I wouldn't go scuba-diving.
  • that strict if you'd known the truth?

Exceptions

Complete the following sentences. Note that you might have to use other tenses (active/passive voice) than required in the basic rules.

  • If I had more time, I (come) to your party yesterday.
  • Give the book to Jane if you (read) it.
  • If you hadn't lost our flight tickets, we (be) on our way to the Caribbean now.
  • If you (have) dinner right now, I'll come back later.
  • If we (set) off earlier, we wouldn't be in this traffic jam now.
  • What would you do if you (accuse) of murder?
  • If I hadn't eaten that much, I (feel / not) so sick now.
  • We would take another route if they (close / not) the road.
  • She only (sing) if she's in a good mood.
  • If she were sensible, she (ask) that question, by which she offended him so much.

Before submitting the test, check the following:

  • Got the spelling right?
  • Put in the full stop or question mark where required?
  • Used the correct key to type the apostrophe (Shift and #)?

In the test we cannot give you a second try. Such careless mistakes would therefore cost you valuable points.

Changed: 10th Dec 2010 19:36

URL: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/tests/conditional-sentences-4