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Conditionals, If clauses (Author-Bouabdellah)




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Technicum Si-Tarek Of Relizane
� Third Year Students
� Technological Streams 2003/2004
�Structure Practice: Conditional Sentences

Question Study the situation then put the verbs in brackets Question
in the correct tense negative or positive.

Situation
"If" sentence
1)-Kathy wants to go to the movies but doesn't have any money.
ClapIf Kathy (have) �some money, she (go) �to the movies.
2)-Joe is sleepy and would like to take a nap, but he can't because he's in an important meeting
ClapIf Joe (be) �in an important meeting, he (go) �home and (take) a nap.
3)-Chuck isn't stupid, but he failed his midterm exam. Why? -- He didn't study for it.
ClapIf Chuck (study) , he probably (fail) his midterm exam.
4)-Jan wanted to go to Jim's party but she wasn't able to because she had to work.
ClapIf Jan (have) �to work, she (go) �to Jim's party.
5)-I'll try to give your message to Ted, but I'm not sure whether I'll see him or not.
ClapIf I (see) �Ted, I (give) �him your message.
6)-I want to work outside today, but that won't be possible because it's raining.
ClapIf it (rain) , I (work) �outside today.
7)-Rex had to miss work yesterday. Why? -- His wife and children were all sick with the flu.
ClapRex (have) to miss work yesterday if his wife and children (all be) �sick with the flu.
8)-I finished my work, but only because you helped me.
ClapI (finish) �my work if you (help) �me.
9)-It's possible for you to do this quiz because you have a computer and modem.
ClapIt (be)� possible for you to do this quiz if you (have) �a computer and modem.
10)-It wasn't possible to find this quiz on the WWW in 1994. It didn't exist at that time.
ClapIt (be) �impossible to find this quiz on the WWW in 1994.
11)-You didn�t stay at home. Consequently, There were much trouble.
ClapIf you (stay) �at home, there (be) �any trouble.
12)-Suppose he will sign tomorrow. What do you think you are doing?
ClapWhat (you / do) �if he (sign) �tomorrow?
13)-I have no intention to do it without his permission.
ClapI (do) �it only if he (ask) �me.
14)-I was so upset because July didn�t write to me earlier.
ClapI (be) �so upset if Judy (write) �to me earlier.
15)-Our offer wasn�t enough to make him stay.
ClapIf we (offer) �him more money, (stay/he) �here?

QuestionPut the verbs in brackets in their correct form. Question

ClapIf Mary (be) �more sensible, she (get) �into trouble so often.
ClapIf Mary (be)��more sensible, she (get)��into trouble so often.
Clap(get) �me some sweets if you (go) �to the supermarket.
Clap(get) �me some sweets if you (go) �to the supermarket.
ClapIf I (be) �late, (you / wait) �for me?
ClapIf I (be) �late, (you / wait) �for me?
ClapIf Mary (tell) �me the truth I (be) �so angry.
ClapIf Mary (tell) �me the truth I (be) �so angry.
ClapIf you (listen) �to Mary, you (be) �in� trouble. (NB�: Mary � good advisor)
ClapIf you (listen) �to Mary, you (be) �in� trouble. (NB�: Mary � good advisor)
ClapIf you (listen)��to Mary, you (be)��in� trouble. (NB�: Mary � good advisor)
ClapIf you (listen) �to Mary, you (be) �in� trouble. (NB�: Mary � bad advisor)
ClapIf you (listen) �to Mary, you (be) �in� trouble. (NB�: Mary � bad advisor)
ClapIf you (listen) �to Mary, you (be) �in� trouble. (NB�: Mary � bad advisor)
ClapNobody (know) �the secret if Mary (reveal) �it.
ClapNobody (know) �the secret if Mary (reveal) �it.
ClapNobody (know) �the secret if Mary (reveal) �it.
Clap(you/be) �all right by yourself if I (go) �out tonight?
ClapIf I (know) �how to run my own business, I (be) �a rich man.
ClapIf I (know) �how to run my own business, I (be) �a rich man.
ClapIf anyone (phone) �, (say) �I (be) �back at about 7.30.