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Conditional Sentences: Mixed Types




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CONDITIONAL SENTENCES: MIXED TYPES
 
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses.
 
   1 If you  (find) a skeleton in the cellar, don't mention it to anyone.
    2 If you pass your examination, we  (have) a celebration.
    3 What  (happen) if I press this button?
    4 I should have voted for her if I  (have) a vote then.
    5 If you go to Paris, where  you  (stay)?
    6 If someone offered to buy you one of those rings, which  you  (choose)?
    7 The flight may be cancelled if the fog  (get) thick.
    8 If the milkman  (come), tell him to leave two pints.
    9 Someone  (sit) on your glasses if you leave them there.
    10 You would play better bridge if you  (not talk) so much.
    11 What  I  (do) if I hear the burglar alarm?
    12 If you  (read) the instructions carefully, you wouldn't have answered the wrong question.
    13 I could repair the roof myself if I  (have) a long ladder.
    14 Unless they turn that radio off, I  (go) mad.
    15 If you were made redundant, what  you  (do)?
    16 We'll have a long way to walk if we  (run) out of petrol here.
    17 If you shake that bottle of port, it  (not be) fit to drink.
    18 I'll probably get lost unless he  (come) with me.
    19 You  (not have) so many accidents if you drove more slowly.
    20 If you  (wear) a false beard, nobody would have recognized you.
    21 If she  (leave) the fish there, the car will get it.
    22 Unless they leave a lamp beside that hole in the road, somebody  (fall) into it.
    23 You'll get pneumonia if you  (not change) your wet clothes.
    24 If I had known that you couldn't eat octopus, I  (not buy) it.
    25 If they  (hang) that picture lower, people would be able to see it.
    26 She  (be able) to walk faster if her shoes hadn't such high heels.
    27 I  (bring) you some beer if I had known that you were thirsty.
    28 If you had touched that electric cable, you  (be) elecrocuted.
    29 If the story hadn't been true, the newspaper  (not print) it.
    30 I  (not buy) things on the instalment system if I were you.
    31 Dial 999 if you  (want) Police, Ambulance or Fire Brigade.
    32 You  (not be) any use to me unless you learn to type.
    33 If anyone attacked me, my dog  (jump) at his throat.
    34 If he were in, he  (answer) the phone.
    35 The ship would have run around if the pilot  (make) one mistake.
    36 I shouldn't have taken your umbrella if I  (know) that it was the only one you had.