FIRST CONDITIONAL Form If + Present Simple - modal (will, can, may, must) + infinitive. Example: If you listen to this song, you´ll like it. USE Conditions which are very probable in the present or future.
SECOND CONDITIONAL Form If+ Past Simple - modal (would, could, might) + infinitive Example: If I had more money, I would buy a new computer. USE Conditions which are improbable or impossible in the present or future. UNLESS Unless is used instead of if+ not in conditional sentences of all types. Example: You´ll get sick unless you stop smoking. (= You´ll get sick if you don´t stop smoking.
Name: __________________ Date: _____/ _____ / ______ Mark: Teacher:
1. Put the verb in brackets into the correct tense and form. I.
He __________________ ( not be) very good football player if he didn´t train hard.
She won´t finish her report on time if you __________________(not / help) her.
I won´t be surprised if they __________________(get married)
If they moved to Rome, I __________________(not see) them very often.
If it rains, they __________________(not go) to the football match.
If someone __________________(have) an electronic shock, what would you do?
If we __________________(not work) hard, we could fail the exam.
If your friend got hurt, what __________________(you / do)?
She won´t take a course unless she __________________ (listen) to her father´s advice.
Sara will be sad if Juan __________________leave).
If you cook the dinner, I __________________(wash) the dishes.
2. Complete the sentences by using your own words.
I´ll lend you my umbrella if you _______________________________
The sea level will rise unless _________________________________
Unless he saves more money, he _____________________________
If you talked to him, he _____________________________________
If my father were here, he ___________________________________
I would sing you a song if ____________________________________
Answer key: 1. I.
would you do
will / ´ll wash