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Conditional Type 3




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CONDITIONAL TYPE 3 
 
 
 
                                 IF CLAUSE                                                                                     MAIN CLAUSE  
IF + PAST PERFECT TENSE                                                         WOULD / COULD / MIGHT + HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE 
 
 
 1. WATCH THE VIDEO AND ANALIZE THE INFORMATION 
 
                       
 
 
 2. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES BY USING THE PROPER VERB FORM
 
  • If I , I  my exam. (study / pass)
  • If she  to my directions, she  down the wrong street. (listen / not turn)
  • He  if he  to leave the country. (be arrest / try)
  • If Miguel  more, he  a better result. (practice / get)
  • If I  money, I  you a gift. ( have / bring)
  • If I  the lottery, I  around the world. ( win / travel)
  • If she  on Saturday, I  her. ( come / see)
  • You  lots of fun if you  to Brazil. ( have / go)
  •  my hand if I  the answer. ( raise / know)
  • They  on time if they  earlier. ( arrive / leave)
3. SELECT THE CORRECT PAST PARTICIPLE FORM OF EACH VERB
  
  • I would have  you if you hand't  to me. 
  • If I  my driving test, I would have  a car.
  • If she hadn't  anything, they would have  her.
  • If I hadn't  the bus, I wouldn't have  the beginning of the film.
  • We wouldn't have  a good note if we hadn't  our homework.
4. FIND THE VERBS IN PAST PARTICIPLE FORM IN THE WORD SEARCH
 

 


  • Gotten
  • Broken
  • Run
  • Done
  • Been
  • Met
  • Gone
  • Made
  • Left
  • Caught 

 

 
5. ACCORDING WITH THE CONDITIONAL TYPE 3 COMPLETE THE SENTENCES GIVEN 
 
 
 
 
 If Lucy  (go) to school, she  (make) some new friends.
 
 
 
Sonia  (teach) yoga if she  (not be) interested in it.
 
 
Richard  (join) the school choir if his teacher  (invite) him.
 
 
My sister  (go) waiting if the weather  (be) good yesterday.
 
 
The chair  (not break) if the woman  (sit) down on it.
 
 
If the bus to the airport  (arrive) on time, Paul  (not miss) the flight.
 
 
If the lift  (not be) busy, he  (not wait) so long.
 
 
If the blond kid  (write) a letter, his grandparents   (feel) glad.
 
 
If yesterday  (be) good, I  (not open) my umbrella.
 
 
If Martin  (not have) a bow tie, he  (wear) just a tie.