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PARTY

Some friends are planning a party. Everybody wants to party, but


nobody's really keen on preparing and organizing the party. So everybody
comes up with a few conditions, just to make sure that the others will also do
something.
1) Complete the Conditional Sentences Type I.

1) If Caroline and Sue _____________________ (prepare) the salad, Phil


_____________________ (decorate) the house.
2) If Sue (cut) ____________________ the onions for the salad, Caroline (peel)
________________________ the mushrooms.
3) Jane (hoover) _______________________ the sitting room if Aaron and Tim
(move) _________________________ the furniture.
4) If Bob (tidy up) _______________________ the kitchen, Anita (clean)
____________________________ the toilet.
5) Elaine (buy) _______________________ the drinks if somebody (help)
___________________________ her carry the bottles.
6) If Alan and Rebecca (organize) ______________________ the food, Mary
and Conor (make) ____________________________ the sandwiches.
7) If Bob (look after) ________________________ the barbecue, Sue (let)
____________________________ the guests in.
8) Frank (play) ______________________________ the DJ if the others (bring)
_____________________________ along their CDs.
9) Alan (mix) ____________________________ the drinks if Jane (give)
_________________________ him some of her cocktail recipes.
10) If they all (do) ___________________________ their best, the party (be)
_________________________.

2) Complete the Conditional Sentences (Type I) by putting the verbs


into the correct form.

1) If you (send) ___________________ this letter now, she (receive)


_________________________ it tomorrow.

2) If I (do) _____________________________ this test, I (improve)


__________________________________ my English.
3) If I (find) ________________________ your ring, I (give)
___________________________ it back to you.
4) Peggy (go) _____________________ shopping if she (have)
_________________________ time in the afternoon.
5) Simon (go) _______________________ to London next week if he (get)
_____________________________ a cheap flight.
6) If her boyfriend (phone / not) ___________________________ today, she
(leave) ___________________________ him.
7) If they (study / not) __________________________ harder, they (pass / not)
________________________________ the exam.
8) If it (rain) _____________________________ tomorrow, I (have to / not)
___________________________ water the plants.
9) You (be able/ not) ____________________________ to sleep if you (watch)
_______________________________ this scary film.
10) Susan (can / move / not) ___________________________ into the new
house if it (be / not) _______________________ ready on time.

3) Complete the Conditional Sentences Type II.


Janine is a daydreamer. She imagines what would happen if she won the
lottery.
1) If I (play) _________________ the lottery, I (have)
____________________________ a chance to hit the jackpot.
2) If I (hit) _______________________ the jackpot, I (be) _________________
rich.
3) If I (be) _____________________ rich, my life (change)
_________________________ completely.
4) I (buy) ____________________ a lonely island, if I (find)
___________________________ a nice one.
5) If I (own) ________________________ a lonely island, I (build)
___________________________ a huge house by the beach.

6) I (invent) ________________________ all my friends if I (have)


___________________________ a house by the beach.
7) I (pick) ____________________ my friends up in my yacht if they (want)
_______________________ to spend their holidays on my island.
8) We (have) ________________________ great parties if my friends (come)
____________________________ to my island.
9) If we (like) ________________________ to go shopping in a big city, we
(charter) _____________________ a helicopter.
10) But if my friends' holidays (be) ____________________ over, I (feel)
_________________________ very lonely on my lonely island.

4) Complete the Conditional Sentences Type III.


What a match your favourite team has lost again! So after the game,
the supporters discuss what could have been different.
1) If the midfielders (pass) _________________________the ball more exactly,
our team (have) ________________________ more chances to attack.
2) If the forwards (run) _______________________ faster, they (have score)
_____________________________ more goals.
3) Their motivation (improve) __________________________ if they (kick)
____________________________ a goal during the first half.
4) The fullbacks (prevent) _________________________ one or the other goal
if they (mark) _______________________________ their opponents.
5) If the goalie (lump up) _________________________, he (catch)
________________________________ the ball.
6) If the referee (see) _________________________ the foul, he (award)
___________________________ a penalty kick to our team.
7) Our team (be) ________________________________ in better form if they
(trained) _______________________________ harder the weeks before.
8) The game (become) _____________________________ better if the trainer
(send) ________________________________ a substitute in during the
second half.
9) If it (be) ______________________________ a home game, our team (win)
____________________________________ the match.

10) If our team (win) __________________________________ the match, they


(move up) ________________________________________ in the league.

5) Decide and circle whether the following Conditional Sentences are


Type I, II or II.
1.

If he had dropped the vase, it would have broken.


Type I
Type II
Type III

2.

If you have to do the washing up, I will help you.


Type I
Type II
Type III

3.

If I had a hammer, I'd hammer in the morning ... (song)


Type I
Type II
Type III

4.

I wouldn't run away if I saw a spider.


Type I
Type II

Type III

5.

We'd have given you a lift if you hadn't had your bike with you.
Type I
Type II
Type III

6.

If you had listened to me, the accident wouldn't have happened.


Type I
Type II
Type III

7.

If we don't get tickets for the concert, we'll stay at home.


Type I
Type II
Type III

8.

They'd go by bus if they didn't have a car.


Type I
Type II
Type III

9.

She'll hear us if you don't stop laughing.


Type I
Type II
Type III

10.

He wouldn't have taken the bread if he hadn't been hungry.


Type I
Type II
Type III

ANSWERS
Exercise 1
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If Caroline and Sue prepare the salad, Phil will decorate the house.
If Sue cuts the onions for the salad, Caroline will peel the mushrooms.
Jane will hover the sitting room if Aaron and Tim move the furniture.
If Bob tidies up the kitchen, Anita will clean the toilet.
Elaine will buy the drinks if somebody helps her carry the bottles.
If Alan and Rebecca organise the food, Mary and Conor will make the
sandwiches.
7.
If Bob looks after the barbecue, Sue will let the guests in.
8.
Frank will play the DJ if the others bring along their CDs.
9.
Alan will mix the drinks if Jane gives him some of her cocktail recipes.
10.
If they all do their best, the party will be great.
Exercise 2
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10.

If you send this letter now, she will receive it tomorrow.


If I do this test, I will improve my English.
If I find your ring, I will give it back to you.
Peggy will go shopping if she has time in the afternoon.
Simon will go to London next week if he gets a cheap flight.
If her boyfriend does not phone today, she will leave him.
If they do not study harder, they will not pass the exam.
If it rains tomorrow, I will not have to water the plants.
You will not be able to sleep if you watch this scary film.
Susan cannot move into the new house if it is not ready on time.

Exercise 3
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7.

If I played the lottery, I would have a chance to hit the jackpot.


If I hit the jackpot, I would be rich.
If I were rich, my life would change completely.
I would buy a lonely island, if I found a nice one.
If I owned a lonely island, I would build a huge house by the beach.
I would invite all my friends if I had a house by the beach.
I would pick my friends up in my yacht if they wanted to spend their
holidays on my island.
8.
We would have great parties if my friends came to my island.
9.
If we liked to go shopping in a big city, we would charter a helicopter.

10.

But if my friends' holidays were over, I would feel very lonely on my


lonely island.
Exercise 4

1.

If the midfielders had passed the ball more exactly, our team would have
had more chances to attack.
2.
If the forwards had run faster, they would have scored more goals.
3.
Their motivation would have improved if they had kicked a goal during
the first half.
4.
The fullbacks would have prevented one or the other goal if they had
marked their opponents.
5.
If the goalie had jumped up, he would have caught the ball.
6.
If the referee had seen the foul, he would have awarded a penalty kick to
our team.
7.
Our team would have been in better form if they had trained harder the
weeks before.
8.
The game would have become better if the trainer had sent a substitute
in during the second half.
9.
If it had been a home game, our team would have won the match.
10.
If our team had won the match, they would have moved up in the league.
Exercise 5
1. Type III
2. Type I
3. Type II
4. Type II
5. Type III

6. Type III
7. Type I
8. Type II
9. Type I
10. Type III