First Conditional vs Second Conditional Exercises - Test 1

  • 1. He wouldn't sell it if you were around. (be)
  • 2. And if he loves her, he will marry her. (love)
  • 3. He will kill you if he puts himself in a passion. (put)
  • 4. If he me he'll shout. (want)
  • 5. If it a bear he will come again. (be)
  • 6. If he she would not hear him. (do)
  • 7. If you it, I'll kill you. (not/tell)
  • 8. I'll let you in, if you . (wish)
  • 9. If he , he would kill me. (know)
  • 10. He'll make us trouble if we . (stay)
  • 11. If you , I will go with you. (go)
  • 12. If she he would run after her. (run)
  • 13. If I , it will be my own fault. (fail)
  • 14. If they the authority, he would obey. (have)
  • 15. If the war again, I will help. (begin)
  • 16. What would she think if she me? (see)
  • 17. If you in this way, you'll die. (continue)
  • 18. If you so, I'll marry. (say)
  • 19. They would not know you if they here. (stand)
  • 20. If you that way I'll ride. (feel)

Online First Conditional (if type 1) or Second Conditional (if type 2) Exercises - Quizzes with Answers

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