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conditionals downloadable worksheets:
This is a good activity for practising if-clauses (conditionals). It covers zero, first, second and third conditionals.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 2958

Form and use of the first type of conditionals followed by three different exercises. I hope you like it and find it useful. Thanks so much for all your nice comments and have a wonderful week! Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 2886

Conditional sentences
This worksheet consists of a grammar guide and 7 exercises on conditional sentences of all types: zero, first, second, third and unless. Answer key included (6 pages in all). Hope you find it useful!!!
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 2443

First Conditional - exercises
Look at the examples and put the verbs in brackets in the correct tenses.
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 2264

Conditional "type 0" and "type 1" test
I didn´t decide if this test is suitable for elemantary SS or intermediate SS.I think it can be used with both groups.There are 12 test questions.I didn´t add further questions ´cos I prepared this test as a warm-up activity.It can also be used after the lesson as an assessment to check the understanding of the subject.Hope it works in your class.T...
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1977

Again for you there are20 test questions about "CONDITIONALS with type 1 and 2". With these tests I hope you find it easy to identify where your students have problems. Hope you also find it useful and amuzing. ENJOY;)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1902

Rewriting exercises
Several worksheets with rewriting exercises (conditonals, passive, modals, reported speech...). Very useful for those teaching bachillerato in Spain or sitting an E.O.I exam.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 1751

Grammar and exercises on the second type of conditional clauses. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a wonderful evening/day. Hugs!!!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 1731

We use this type of conditional to express past actions which we can't change anymore and often regret this.
It is formed by:
1. an IF-CLAUSE (the condition) + subject + PAST PERFECT (had + past participle)
2. a MAIN CLAUSE (the result) + subject + PERFECT CONDITIONAL (would have + past participle)
The negative is formed by adding "not" to the auxiliary verb!
I didn't have enough money. I just bought a sandwich.
But if I had had more money, I wouldn't have just bought a sandwich.
Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.
I stayed in the sun all day. My face has got sunburnt.
But if I  in the sun all day, my face  sunburnt.
I was fired because I had an argument with the manager.
But if I  an argument with the manager, I  fired.
I didn't win the race. I didn't start training in time.
But if I  training in time, I  the race.
I wasn't careful enough and I've cut my finger.
But if I  more careful,I  my finger.
I didn't wake up on time. I didn't catch the bus.
But if I  up on time, I  the bus.
I didn't practise enough and so failed my driving test.
But if I  more, I  my driving test.



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