Do this grammar test to check your knowledge of Conditionals.
Conditionals of Three Types
Subjunctive II, Wish Sentences
Wish Sentences: Verb Forms Following Wish
Grammar Test Conditionals
Task 1. Choose the correct variant to complete the sentence.
1.If the Titanic had not hit an iceberg, she … on her first voyage.
a. would not sink b. would not have sunk c. did not sink.
2. If the Spanish government … Columbus with ships, he would not have discovered a new continent.
a. did not equip b. had not equipped c. were not equipping
3. If he didn’t like people, he … a doctor.
a. would have become b. wouldn’t become c. wouldn’t have become
4. If I were you, I … a laptop.
a. would buy b. would have bought c. will have bought
5. If I were you, I … England years ago.
a. would visit b. will be visiting c. would have visited
6. I wish you … interrupting me.
a. to stop b. would stop c. have stopped
Task 2. Fill in the suitable words: A. will B. won’t C. would D. wouldn’t
- What _____________ you do if you won lots of money?
- If you make so much noise, I _____________ be able to sleep.
- They _____________ have missed the last bus if they had hurried.
- If my train is late, I _____________ take a taxi.
- If Chris didn’t fall in love with Jane, he _____________ give her flowers.
- I _____________ finish the work if you don’t help me.
- I _____________ give you $5 if you do me a favour.
Task 3. Fill in the suitable words: A. would B. have C. had
- If she ________ not driven so fast, she ________ not ________ crashed her car.
- I wish I ________ my clothes yesterday.
- If they ________ locked up the chickens at night, the fox ________ not ________eaten them and the chickens ________ be alive now.
- We________ ________ been here earlier if the train ________ been in time.
- ________ we known your address, we ________ ________ written a letter to you.
- I wish I ________ an elephant, I could travel through the jungle.
- If it ________ not been for your help, we ________ ________ got into real trouble.
Task 4. Turn these sentences a) into Conditional II, b) into Conditional III.
- If you do that, you will be all right.
- If the cat is hungry, I will give it some food.
- If it rains, the garden party will be spoiled.
- If you leave now, you will catch the train.
- Fred will pass his examination if he works hard.
- I will give him the money if I see him.
- If you drink that, it will kill you.
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