ZERO, FIRST, AND SECOND CONDITIONALS
v† Correct the verb between brackets:
1|†††††††† If it rainsranrained(rain), I would stay at home.
2|††††††† Our teacher iswill bewould be(be) happy if we answer the questions.
3|††††††† If they hashavehad(have) enough money, they would buy a new car.
4|†††††† If you heatsheatheated(heat) water, it boils.
5|††††††† If you come with me, I 'd do'll dodo(do) the shopping with you.
6|†††††† We will gowon't gowould go(go) to the party if he doesnít invite us.
7|††††††† If I were you, I would invitewill inviteinvite(invite) Ahmed to the party.
8|†††††† Water becomes ice if it gotwill getgets(get) cold enough.
9|†††††† If I doesn't seedidn't seedon't see(see/not) Jenny today, I will phone her this evening.
10|†††† If the weather iswaswill be(be) fine, Iíll walk to school.
11|†††††† We passedwould passwill pass(pass) the exam if we studied harder.
12|††††† If Jenny had a mobile phone, she will phonephoneswould phone(phone) all her friends.
13|††††† I would beamwill be(be) very angry with Nick if he forgets my CD again.
14|†††† The car won't startwouldn't startdoesn't start(start/not) if you disconnected this cable.
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