Use

There are several kinds of conditionals (or if-clauses)

  • type 0: simple fact, always true (If you heat ice, it melts.)
  • type 1: future actions (If he takes the bus, it will be cheaper.)
  • type 2: unreal situations (If he took the bus, it would be cheaper.)
  • type 3: imaginary situations is the past (If he had taken the bus, it would  have been cheaper.)

Exercises

type 0 (if + simple present, simple present)

  • exercise 1: choose the correct zero conditional sentence
  • exercise 2: choose the correct verbs in these zero conditional sentences
  • exercise 3: fill in the correct verbs in these zero conditional sentences
  • exercise 4: complete the zero conditional sentences
  • exercise 5: make zero conditional sentences

type 1 (if + simple present, will + infinitive)

  • exercise 1: choose the correct verbs in these conditional sentences type 1
  • exercise 2: choose the correct verbs in these conditional sentences type 1
  • exercise 3: fill in the correct verb forms
  • exercise 4: fill in the correct verb forms
  • exercise 5: fill in the correct verb forms
  • exercise 6: fill in the correct verb forms

type 2 (if + simple past, would + infinitive)

  • exercise 1: choose the correct verbs in these conditional sentences type 2
  • exercise 2: choose the correct verbs in these conditional sentences type 2
  • exercise 3: fill in the correct verb forms
  • exercise 4: fill in the correct verb forms
  • exercise 5: fill in the correct verb forms

type 1 and 2

  • exercise 1: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 2: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 3: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 4: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form

type 3 (if + past perfect, would + have + past participle)

type 1, type 2 and type 3

  • exercise 1: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 2: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 3: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 4: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 5: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form

type 0type 1, type 2 and type 3

  • exercise 1: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 2: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form
  • exercise 3: decide which conditional is best for the sentence and use the correct verb form