Second Conditionals – Quiz

Second Conditionals – Quiz

1. If Sam …….. enough money, he …… his car.
a) had / will change
b) has / would change
c) had had / would change
d) had / would change

2. We ……. very angry if he ……… here again.
a) will get / came
b) would have got / came
c) would get / came
d) would get / comes

3. What ……. you do if you …. a lot of money?
a) would / have
b) will / had
c) would / had had
d) would / had

4. If the weather …….. good, we ……… to the seaside.
a) is / could go
b) had been / could go
c) were / could go
d) were / can go

5. If we …….. his phone number, we ……. him a call and invite to the meeting.
a) know / would give
b) knew / gave
c) knew / will give
d) knew / would give

6. If I ……… rich, I …….. the poor.
a) were / will help
b) had been / would help
c) am / would help
d) were / would help

7. What …… if you ……. a huge spider on your arm?
a) would you do / had seen
b) would you do / see
c) will you do / saw
d) would you do / saw

8. If it …….. raining, we ……. go out and go home.
a) stop / could
b) stopped / could
c) had stopped / could
d) stopped / can

 

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1. (d)
2. (c)
3. (d)
4. (c)
5. (d)
6. (d)
7. (d)
8. (b)

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Conditionals – if Clauses – Zero Type

Type 0 (zero) – Zero Conditional

The conditional type zero is used when we want to talk about general truths, scientific facts or things which always happen under same conditions.

 

Important: We use this conditional when the result will always happen.

 

How to form Zero Conditional sentence:

 

Rule and Form:

In ‘zero’ conditional sentences, the tenses in both parts of the sentence are the Simple Present:


IF CLAUSE (CONDITION) MAIN CLAUSE (RESULT)
If + Simple Present Tense Simple Present Tense
If you mix yellow and blue,

If it gets hot,

If you touch a fire,

it becomes green.

ice melts.

you get burned.

When we use if clause at the the beginning of the sentence we use a comma (,) :

  • If you heat ice,  it melts.

but when we use if clause at the end of the sentence we don’t use a comma:

  • It melts if you heat ice.

Example Sentences:

    • If I miss the bus, I get late for work.

 

    • Milk spoils if you leave it in the sun.

    • Water turns to ice if you put it in the freezer.

    • If I get late for work, my boss gets angry.

 

    • If people don’t eat, they get hungry.

 

    • If you heat ice, does it melt?

 

    • People die if they don’t eat.

 

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