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First Conditional
 
 
Choose IF or UNLESS
 
1.- She won’t know the truth you tell it to her
2.- you arrive early, you’ll be able to meet the customers before the meeting.
3.- she eats healthy food, she won’t lose some weight
4.- They won’t arrive on time  they finish the work early
5.- Will she be able to eat some cake I put eggs in it?
 
 
Complete with the suitable verb tense
 
1.- He (forgive) you if you (tell) him the truth
2.- We  (not pass) the exam unless we (study) harder
3.- If she (take) a painkiller, she (feel) much better soon
4.- If your mother (ask) me, I (tell) her you went for a walk
5.-  ( you/buy) the T-shirt if she  (have got) it in your size?
6.- If they  (be) here tomorrow, they (try) to go to Susan’s party
7.-  (you/go) to the wedding if she  (send) you an invitation?
8.- If Mark and Sally (cut) the red wire, the bomb (explode)
9.- I (receive) a prize if my composition  (win) the contest
10.- If my boss  (not give) me more work, I (arrive) home early
 
 
Choose IF or UNLESS and match each beginning with a suitable ending
 
1.- She won’t go to work
2.- Will you take part in the race  
3.- I won’t be able to visit you tomorrow  
4.- The project won’t be ready today  
5.- I won’t receive the letter  
 
a.- Sally doesn’t lend me her car
b.- we spend all the evening working on it
c.- she feels better tomorrow
d.- the address is written incorrectly
e.- your bike is ready to be used?

 

       


 

 

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