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Lesson 3: Conditional sentences (type I: first conditional)
1. If we ________ (to travel) to London, we ________ (to visit) the National Gallery.

2. If you ________ (to wear) sandals in the mountains, you ________ (to slip) on the rocks.

3. If Rita ________ (to forget) her homework, the teacher will give§'ll give (to give) her a low mark.

4. If they ________ (to go) to the disco, they ________ (to listen) to loud music.

5. If you ________ (to wait) a minute, I ________ (to ask) my parents for a piece of advice.
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Lesson 3: Conditional sentences (type II: second conditional)
1. If I ________ (to come) home earlier, I  ________(to prepare) dinner.

2. If we ________ (to live) in Rome, Francesco ________ (to visit) us.

3. If Tim and Tom ________ (to be) older, they ________ (to play) in our hockey team.

4. If he ________ (to be) my friend, I ________ (to invite) him to my birthday party.
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Lesson 3: Conditional sentences (type III: third conditional)
1. If they ________ (to wait) for another 10 minutes, they would ________ (to see) the pop star.

2. If the police ________ (to come) earlier, they ________ (to arrest) the burglar.

3. If you ________ (to buy) fresh green vegetable, your salad________ (to taste) better.

4. If Alex ________ (to ask) me, I ________ (to email) the documents.

5. If he ________ (to speak) more slowly, Peggy ________ (to understand) him.
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Lesson 3: Review of the main conditional forms (type I, II, III)
1. If Nick ________ (to call) today, ask him to phone me back in the evening.

2. Come to see me, if you ________ (not to be) busy.

3. If you tease me again, I ________ (to hit) you.

4. If it ________ (not to rain) today, we'll play football after school.

5. If they invite me, I ________ (to be) very glad.
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Lesson 3: Review of the main conditional forms (type I, II, III)
1. Will they have to wait for him, if he ________ (not to come) in time?

2. If you ________ (to have) more practice, you would speak English better.

3. If you weren't so absent-minded, you would ________ (to get) better marks.

4. If they had known the weather forecast, they ________ (to put on) warm clothes.

5. If she ________ (to catch) the train, she would have arrived in time.
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Lesson 3: Conditional sentences (type I: first conditional)
1. If I ________ (to study), I ________ (to pass) the exams.

2. If the sun ________ (to shine), we ________ (to walk) to the town.

3. If he ________ (to have) a temperature, he ________ (to see) the doctor.

4. If my friends ________ (to come), I ________ (to be) very happy.

5. If she ________ (to earn) a lot of money, she ________ (to fly) to New York.
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Lesson 3: Conditional sentences (type II: second conditional)
1. If it ________ (to rain), Nina ________ (to take) an umbrella with her.

2. If we ________ (to hurry), we ________ (to catch) the bus.

3. If they ________ (to have) enough money, they ________ (to buy) a new car.

4. If you ________ (to do) a paper round, you ________ (to earn) a little extra money.

5. If Michael ________ (to get) more pocket money, he ________ (to ask) Doris out for dinner.
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LEsson 3: Conditional sentences (type III: third conditional)
1. If the weather ________ (to be) nice, they ________ (to play) football.

2. If we ________ (to go) to a good restaurant, we ________ (to have) a better dinner.

3. If John ________ (to learn) more words, he ________ (to write) a good report.

4. If the boys ________ (to take) the bus to school, they ________ (to arrive) on time.

5. If the teacher ________ (to explain) the homework, I ________ (to do) it.
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Lesson 3: Review of the main conditional forms (type I, II, III)
1. If my mother knew about this, we are in serious trouble.

2. If I can get the time off of work, then I would come visit you in Baton Rouge.

3. I'll be back tomorrow unless there was a plane strike.

4. If you warned me [then], I would not be in prison [now].

5. If Bobby Kennedy wasn't assassinated, he would have made a great president.
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Lesson 3: Grammar review: conditional forms.
Decide whether the following statements are true (Vero) or false (Falso).
A: 1. Conditional tenses are used to speculate about what could happen, what might have happened, and what we wish would happen.
B: 2. The zero conditional deals with issues that are always true.
C: 3. The second conditional deals with issues that have a real possibility of occurring.
D: 4. The first conditional deals with events that are not real possibilities.
E: 5. The third conditional talks about events in the past.
F: 6. The third conditional ponders the effects of those events in the past not happening.
G: 7. If, in the conditional forms, can be replaced by words or expressions with a similar meaning.
H: 8. If must never be omitted.
I: 9. For the second conditional, was replaces were with the personal pronoun I, to express a condition which is contrary to the fact.
J: 10. There is a mixed type of conditional as well, used to express the present results of an unreal condition in the past.
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