Exercise on Exceptions (Conditional Sentences with different Tenses)

Conditional Sentences Type I

To illustrate the use of different tenses, similar examples are used in the exercise. Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I according to the information in brackets.

  1. If it (rain /still - action going on now) , (stay - imperative) here for another while.
  2. If it (stop - completed action) raining, we (go - future) .
  3. If it (start - fact) raining, we always (close - fact) the windows.
  4. If it (rain / should - not very likely) , please (close - imperative) the windows.
  5. If it (rain - future action) , the windows (must / close - passive voice) .