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Example : If she had studied hard, you would have passed the exam. ��������������

Example : If she had studied hard, you would have passed the exam. �������������� ( If he had taken more exercise, he wouldn’t have got fat. ����������� �� ������� (������� )

Exercise 1 Past Unreal ��������� if clause ��� main clause ����� 1. If Solo

Exercise 1 Past Unreal ��������� if clause ��� main clause ����� 1. If Solo had come, . . 2. If you had failed last year, . . 3. If you had studied hard, …. . a. you would have succeeded. b. if my car hadn’t broken down. automobile, . . 4. I shouldn’t have caught the train …… c. if you had received the order. 5. You should have obeyed……. e. what would you have done with yourself? d. I should have gone.

Exercise 2 Past Unreal ����������� 1. If you����������� ………(study) for the test, you ………….

Exercise 2 Past Unreal ����������� 1. If you����������� ………(study) for the test, you …………. (fail) the exam. 2. If you …………. (ask) me, I …………. ( help) you. 3. I …………. . ( write) you a postcard if I ……. . (have) your address. 4. We …………( swim) in the sea if there ……………( be) so many sharks. 5. If I …………. (break) my leg, I …………. (take) part in the contest.

Answer for Exercise 2 Past Unreal ����������� 1. If you����������� had studied for the

Answer for Exercise 2 Past Unreal ����������� 1. If you����������� had studied for the test, you wouldn’t have failed the exam. 2. If you had asked me, I would have helped you. 3. I would have written you a postcard if I had your address. 4. We would have swum in the sea if there wouldn’t have been so many sharks. 5. If I hadn’t broken my leg, I would have taken part in the contest.

Exercise 3 Conditional Sentences. ���������������������� (Type ����������� 1. If it rains, I’ll wear raincoat.

Exercise 3 Conditional Sentences. ���������������������� (Type ����������� 1. If it rains, I’ll wear raincoat. I, IIa���� III) a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal 2. If we had taken enough water, we wouldn’t have been thirsty. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal

3. If Rose were older, she would go to the party. a. Type I

3. If Rose were older, she would go to the party. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal 4. Harry could fly to Helsinki if he had more money. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal

5. If Mark does the washing up, his mother will have more time for

5. If Mark does the washing up, his mother will have more time for him. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal 6. What would you do if you saw a burglar? a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal

7. We might have had a glass of hot chocolate if you had bought

7. We might have had a glass of hot chocolate if you had bought some milk. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal 8. If I were you , I should keep the secret. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal

9. Ron would understand more if the teacher spoke clearly. a. Type I Future

9. Ron would understand more if the teacher spoke clearly. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal 10. If Doris had got up earlier, she wouldn’t have been late for school. a. Type I Future Possible b. Type II Present Unreal c. c. Type III Past Unreal

Answers for Exercise 3 Conditional Sentences. ������������� (Type I, II ���� III) 1) a.

Answers for Exercise 3 Conditional Sentences. ������������� (Type I, II ���� III) 1) a. Type I Future Possible 2) c. Type III Past Unreal 3) b. Type II Present Unreal 4) b. Type II Present Unreal 5) a. Type I Future Possible 6) b. 7) c. 8) b. 9) b. 10) c. Type II Present Unreal Type III Past Unreal

Post – test Conditional Sentences. Choose the best answer. 1. She will get well

Post – test Conditional Sentences. Choose the best answer. 1. She will get well faster if she……worrying. a. stops b. will stop c. stopped d. would stop

2. If I …… it with my own eyes, I wouldn’t have believed it.

2. If I …… it with my own eyes, I wouldn’t have believed it. a. did not see b. will not see c. had not seen d. have not seen

3. They would have treated it as a joke if they …… so angry

3. They would have treated it as a joke if they …… so angry then. a. were not b. have not c. will not d. had not taken

4. The branch might give way if we both …… to it together. a.

4. The branch might give way if we both …… to it together. a. clung b. did cling c. had clung d. will cling

5. If I got a scholarship to England, my parents …… very proud of

5. If I got a scholarship to England, my parents …… very proud of me. a. will be b. would be c. will have been d. would have been

6. If she …… call me, she could do so. a. wanted to b.

6. If she …… call me, she could do so. a. wanted to b. will want to c. wanting to d. has wanted to

7. I won’t do it unless you …… me. a. will help b. won’t

7. I won’t do it unless you …… me. a. will help b. won’t help c. help d. don’t help

8. Bill …… move photograph if he …… more film. a. would have taken,

8. Bill …… move photograph if he …… more film. a. would have taken, had b. would have taken, had c. would take, had d. would take, has had

9. If you had seen her then, you …… her at all. a. won’t

9. If you had seen her then, you …… her at all. a. won’t recognize b. didn’t recognize c. wouldn’t recognize d. wouldn’t have recognized

10. You could have done better if you …… enough time, couldn’t you? a.

10. You could have done better if you …… enough time, couldn’t you? a. have b. had c. had d. have had

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