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2nd CONDITIONAL
IF I left sooner, I WOULD catch THE TRAIN.
OR
I WOULD catch THE TRAIN IF I LEFT sooner.
 
RULES: IF + PAST SIMPLE + CONDITIONAL (WOULD+INFINITIVE WITHOUT “TO”)
 
A - COMPLETE THE GAPS WITH CORRECT TENSE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS:
1.     If she  (study) a lot, she  (pass) the exam.
2.     He  (give up) teaching if he  (become) a successful song writer.
3.     The world  (be) a better place if people  (get) involved.
4.     If they  (leave) to China, he  (get) a job as a teacher.
5.     If  (there not to be) so much unemployment, Portuguese  (not emigrate).
6.     If Sarah’s colleagues  (not bully) her, she  (not commit) suicide.
7.     If Peter  (not be) gay, he  (get) a job at that company.
8.     If her job  (be) easier, she  (have) more time for her family.
9.     If parents  (communicate) with their children, they  (understand) the rights and duties of one another.
10. If Martha and Shaun  (have) enough money to pay for babysitters, they  (work) full time.
11. John  (buy) a new flat if he  (work) for that Multinational company.
12. If she  (not get) pregnant so young, she  (not put) her child for adoption.
13. Maggie’s father  (die) if she  (not look after) him.
14. If parents  (not teach) their children rules of behavior and moral values, they  (become) impolite future adults.
15.  Mary  (marry) Charles if he  (be) a wealthy man.
 
B - WRITE THE SHORT FORMS OF THESE VERBS:
1. He would give
2. Portuguese did not emigrate
3. They would work
 
C - FIND THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE FOLLOWING VERBS:
look - get - die - emigrate - become