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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
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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: 2444

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: 1903

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



1st conditional: if + Present Simple — Future Simple
                                                            — may + infinitive
                                                            — can + infinitive
                                                            — imperative
2nd conditional: if + Past Simple — would / could / might + infinitive
Fill in the gaps with the right form of the verbs given to make the first conditional.
  1. If you to the party, you will see Mary. (go)
  2. The children happy, if their mother allows them to go to the party. (be) 
  3. If i win the lottery,I a big house. (buy)
  4. My mother will be angry if i home late. (come)
  5. If it , we can have a picnic. (not rain)
  6. If you Tom, please tell him to call me. (see)
  7. If Jane all her exams, her parents will be very pleased. (pass)
  8. if you ask her? (she come)
  9. If Andrew hard, he will meet the deadline. (work)
  10. We may go to the beach, if the weather good. (be)
Fill in the gaps with the right form of the verbs given to make the second conditional.
  1. If i you, i would go to the doctor. (be)
  2. If Mary had insurance, she pay for the damage to her car. (not have to)
  3. If Scott the answer, he would help me. (know)
  4. If Mary wore smarter clothes, she  more attractive. (look)
  5.  to his party if he invited you? (you go)
  6. You  fatter if you ate cuips every day. (get)
  7. If you  more time, would you exercise more? (have)
  8. If he  so carefully, i would trust him to give me a lift. (not drive)
  9. If we  tickets, we would go to the concert. (find)
  10. Jesicca  angry if you told her the truth. (not be)
Fill in the gaps with the right form of the verbs given to make either the first or the second conditional.
  1. Will she come if Jason  her? (call)
  2. If Sarah were rich, she  in an expensive hotel. (stay)
  3. If he , i will never speak to him again. (not apologise)
  4. If Dad  the TV set, we will be able to watch our favourite programme. (fix)
  5. If i were you, i  to her more politely. (speak)
  6. If Sue  her key, she would have to stay to her grandparents'. (lose)
  7. I  meet you if i don't finish my homework. (meet)
  8. If Zack  harder, he will passhis driving test. (try)
  9. If you  so impolite, i would enjoy your company. (not be)
  10. Tom will be amazed if you  him the picture you drew. (show)
tip: use the short form in negative sentences.



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