Grammar Formative Test for Advanced and/Or upper Intermediate students
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE 1
IF-Clauses (2nd of the SET) - Special tense-use (1/2) - if + Past simple + would... or other modals
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES- ALL TYPES- USAGE GUIDE AND PRACTICE
1. Complete the sentences using a conditional, then join the sentences with the pictures:
a) If the skirt hadn't been so cheap, I
b) If you hadn't chosen the fairy fancy dress, you
(not/win) the first prize.
c) If you listen to your earphones too loudly, you
(probably/have) hearing problems when you get older.
d) If I were you, I
(go) to the disco with my friends.
e) If you pay a bit more for your hotel room, you
(get) one with a good view.
f) If my car broke down again, I
(not/take) it to that garage. They are not serious.
2. Choose the correct ending for the conditional sentences:
a) If I were you,
I will go to the beach with my friends
I'd go to the beach with my friends
b) If Jane was rich,
she'd probably spend a lot of money on clothes
she'd have spent a lot of money on clothes
c) If I fail my exams,
my parents won't let me go to Italy next summer
my parents wouldn't let me go to Italy next summer
d) She would have sent you a Christmas card
if she knew your address
if she had known your address
e) Dave would have broken up with Claire
if he had known about her affair with Jim
if he knew about her affair with Jim
f) I would see that film with you
if you invite me to the cinema
if you invited me to the cinema
g) Annie will never pass her exams
if she doesn't study harder
if she didn't study harder
h) Albert won't buy a new car
if he doesn't get that bank loan
if he hadn't got tha bank loan
i) The theatre play would have been a great success
if the main actress hadn't felt ill before the performance
if the main actress didn't feel ill before the performance
j) What would you do
if you lose your job?
if you lost your job?
k) If your brother found a briefcase full of money in the street,
what would he do?
what would he have done?
l) If we won the first prize in the competition,
we would celebrate it
we would have celebrated it
m) If I had told my parents the truth,
I wouldn't have felt so bad
I won't feel so bad
n) If the students pay more attention in class,
their grades will improve
their grades would improve