1 If they accept our offer, we will/shall sign the contract next week.
2 I would not trust him if I were you.
3 If you spend more than you earn, you run into debt.
4 If they had phoned the emergency number, he would not have died.
5 You will get obese unless you lose weight.
6 He would not have caused an accident if he had not been drunk.
7 I will/shall call you back if I have more news.
8 When you heat iron , it expands.
9 If I had gone to bed earlier, I would not have been so tired this morning.
10 There would be fewer accidents if everyone drove more carefully.
1 will/shall phone, 2 lost, 3 take, 4 would not have lost, 5 were, 6 had hurried, 7 will/shall not lend; won’t lend 8 will/shall have, 9 would buy, 10 had asked.
A If you buy … , you will take …
B If you bought these shares, you would take …
C If you had bought … , you would have taken …
A You will feel better, If you take …
B You would feel better, if you took …
C You wold have felt better if you had taken …
1 If you work harder, you will pass …
2 If you worked harder, you would pass …
3 If you had worked harder, you would have passed …
D 1 A, 2 A, 3 B, 4 B, 5 B E A (All these sentences are correct)
B, C, D
1 When/If you earn money, you have to pay/need to pay tax.
2 If it rains, we will postpone/put off the barbecue.
3 If I lived in a town, I would go to the cinema more often.
4 I could have warned you if I had known (this).
5 When/If you mix yellow and blue paint, you get green.
6 If I knew, I would tell you.
7 We will/take legal action/steps unless you pay within 10 days.
8 If you had read the small/fine print, this would not have happened.
9 She would have been happier if she had had children.
10 If I lived in that country, I would also flee to Europe/ would flee to Europe too.
11 I will/shall not go (won’t go) to her party if she does not invite me.
12 If I were you, I would ask for a second opinion.
13 I will/shall lend you the money provided (that)/providing (that) you pay it back within 12 months.
14 If we had hurried, we would not have missed the train.
15 I would accept this work if I were/was unemployed/jobless/out of work.
16 If I were you, I would buy a new computer.
17 If there had not been a queue/tailback, I would have been on time.
18 I would not have met her if I had not gone to the pop festival.
19 If he had won this match/contest/game/race, he would have been champion.
20 If you had bought these shares, you could/might have lost a lot of money.
1 If I had known …; in a third conditional sentence, you use the past perfect in the conditional clause (if …).
3 … if you worked harder; in a second conditional sentence you use the past simple in the conditional clause (if …).
7 If it stopped raining … ; In a second conditional sentence you use the past simple in the conditional clause ( If …).
8 If you had bought …; in a third conditional sentence, you use the past perfect in the conditional clause (If …).
9 I would have visited you … ; in a third conditional sentence, you use ‘would have + past participle’ in the result clause (I would have …).
10 … unless you hurry ; in a first conditional sentence you use the present simple in the conditional clause (unless …).
12 In case you need …; in a first conditional sentence you use the present simple in the conditional clause (In case …).
13 … unless you work …; in a first conditional sentence you use the present simple in the conditional clause (unless …).
15 if I were you; you use ‘were’ in the expression ‘If I were you’.