Conditional 1 Worksheet
Conjugate the verb in parentheses in the correct tense used in the first conditional.
If Mary _____ (have) enough money, she'll come with us on vacation.
I _____ (make) some coffee if you boil some water.
If you _____ (work) hard, you'll finish the project in time.
Unless he _____ (be) late, we'll meet at six o'clock.
If I tell you a secret, ______ (you promise) not to tell anyone?
She _____ (not attend) unless he makes the presentation.
If Joe cooks dinner, I _____ (make) dessert.
Jane _____ (play) the violin if you ask her nicely.
Our children won't eat vegetables if they _____ (not have) orange juice.
If David _____ (not be) late, we will make the decision soon.
Conditional 2 Worksheet
Conjugate the verb in parentheses in the correct tense used in the second conditional.
If he _____ (work) more, he would finish in time.
They would do well on the test if they _____ (study) more.
If I _____ (be) you, I would run for president!
Mary _____ (buy) a new jacket if she had enough money.
If Jason flew to New York, he _____ (visit) the Empire State Building.
We _____ (take) a break, if our boss weren't so nervous today.
If Sally _____ (go), she wouldn't return!
Alan wouldn't know if you _____ (ask) him.
Jennifer _____ (refer) you for the position if she thought you were qualified.
Alison wouldn't help them if they _____ (not ask) for help.
Conditionals 1 & 2 Mixed Worksheet
Conjugate the verb in parentheses in the correct tense used in the first or second conditional.
If she knows the time, she _____ (come) to the meeting.
She _____ (attend) the meeting if she had the time.
Peter _____ (say) yes if you ask him.
Unless he _____ (finish) soon, we won't be able to come.
If he _____ (be) president, he would invest more in education.
What _____ (you do) if you were president?
She _____ (fly) Northwest Airlines if she has a choice.
If I _____ (think) I could do it, I would do it!
Alan would invite Mary if it _____ (be) his party.
She won't marry Peter if he _____ (ask) her.
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23 April is a symbolic date for world literature, since 23 April 1616 was the date of death of Cervantes, Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. 23 April is also the date of birth or death of other prominent authors such as Maurice Druon, K.Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and Manuel Mejía Vallejo.
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