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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?

Question Put 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 à good advisor)
ClapIf you (listen)  to Mary, you (be)  in  trouble. (NB : Mary à good advisor)
ClapIf you (listen to Mary, you (be in  trouble. (NB : Mary à good advisor)
ClapIf you (listen)  to Mary, you (be)  in  trouble. (NB : Mary à bad advisor)
ClapIf you (listen)  to Mary, you (be)  in  trouble. (NB : Mary à bad advisor)
ClapIf you (listen)  to Mary, you (be)  in  trouble. (NB : Mary à 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.
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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