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CÂU ĐIỀU KIỆN CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

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EXERCISES ON CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

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Exercises
Ex 1: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. If you ______ English, you will get along with them perfectly.
A. would speak
B. had spoken
C. speak
D. spoke
2. If she ______ to see us, we will go to the zoo.
A. came
B. come
C. comes

D. is coming
3. If my father ______ me up, I'll take the bus home.
A. doesn’t pick
B. don’t pick
C. did not pick
D. hadn’t picked
4. We will get wet if we ______ out.
A. go
B. was going
C. went
D. had gone
5. We’ll have a long way to walk if we ______ out of petrol here.
A. got
B. get
C. have got
D. will get
6. If you ______ this one, I’ll bring you another.
A. doesn’t like
B. will not like
C. don’t like
D. didn’t like
7. If I go shopping, I ______some food.
A. buy
B. will buy
C. would buy
D. would have bought
8. If I find it, I ______ you.
A. will tell
B. would tell
C. had told
D. told
9. If the sun shines, we _____for a walk.
A. will go
B. might go
C. would go
D. went
10. If you watch this film, you ______ about the cultures of Southeast Asian countries.
A. learned
B. were learning
C. will learn


D. would learn
11. If the weather ______ tomorrow, we will have our biology lesson outdoors.
A. will be
B. would be
C. will have been
D. is
12. If you are not busy this weekend, we ______ the new fruit farm in the countryside.
A. will visit
B. would visit
C. would have visited D. visited
13. If you follow my directions, you ______ her house easily
A. will find
B. would find
C. found
D. would have found
14. We ______ on a field trip if the weather is fine this weekend.
A. could have gone B. will go
C. would go
D. went
15. I’ll be able to speak English well if I ______ hard.
A. studied
B. have studied
C. had studied
D. study
Ex 2: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. If I had enough money, I ______ abroad to improve my English.
A. will go
B. should go
C. would go
D. may go
2. If I were offered the job, I ______ it.
A. took
B. will take
C. would take
D. would have taken
3. If she sold her car, she ______ much money.
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Examples:
1. If I had money, I would buy you a diamond ring.
2. If you don’t brush your teeth, your mouth will smell awful.
3. If he loved her, he would stay with her.
4. She would have been happy if he had appeared at her birthday party.
5. If he comes, she will be very happy.
6. If she had known that he lied to her, she wouldn’t have given him money.
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A. gets
B. would get
C. will get
D. would have got
4. If I weren’t working for an accounting firm, I ______ in a bank.
A. work
B. will work
C. have worked
D. would be working
5. If he spoke English, he ______ a better job now.
A. will have
B. would have
C. had had
D. has had
6. If energy ______ inexpensive and unlimited, many things in the world would be different.
A. is
B. will be
C. were
D. would be
7. I could repair the roofs myself if I ______ a long ladder.
A. have
B. had
C. has
D. had had
8. If I had time, I ______ shopping with you.
A. went
B. will go
C. would go
D. would have gone
9. Would you mind if I ______ the window?
A. close
B. closing
C. had closed
D. would close
10. If I ______ it, nobody would do it.
A. did
B. didn’t do
C. do
D. don’t do
11. If He were younger, he ______ a professional running competition now.
A. will join
B. had join
C. would have joined D. would join
12. If Martin were here now, he ______ us to solve this difficult problem.
A. would help
B. helps
C. will help
D. has helped
13. If he didn’t have to work today, he ______ his children to the zoo.
A. will take
B. takes
C. would take
D. has taken
14. If you didn’t have to leave today, I ______ you around the city.
A. have shown
B. showed
C. will show
D. would show
15. If our teacher were here now, he ______ us with this difficult exercise.
A. would help
B. will help
C. helps
D. has helped
Ex 3: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. If they had gone for a walk, they ______ the lights off.
A. had turned
B. will turn
C. would have turned D. would turn
2. If you had tried your best, you ______ disappointed about the result now.
A. won’t be
B. wouldn’t be
C. wouldn’t have
D. wouldn’t have been
3. If I had known you were in hospital, I ______ to see you.
A. will go
B. would go
C. went
D. would have gone
4. Peter ______ very angry if you had not informed him of the change in the schedule.
A. would have been B. will be
C. had been
D. would be
5. I ______ to Alice if I had known her address.
A. would be writing B. would have written C. will write
D. was writing
6. If I ______ a camera, I would have taken some pictures.
A. have
B. had
C. would have
D. had had
7. I ______ out if I hadn’t been so tired.
A. will go
B. went
C. would have gone D. would go
8. If I ______ him, I would have said hello to him.
A. had seen
B. see
C. saw
D. would see
9. If they had searched more carefully, they ______ the watch sooner.
A. will find
B. would find
C. found
D. would have found
10. If Margaret hadn’t been wearing a seat belt, she ______ injured.
A. has been
B. would has been
C. would be
D. would have been
Ex 4: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. If we ______ the plans carefully, we would not have had so many serious mistakes.
A. study
B. had studied
C. studied
D. were studying
2. I’ll be able to speak English well if I ______ hard.
A. studied
B. have studied
C. had studied
D. study
3. We couldn’t understand the teacher if he ______ too fast.
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A. spoke
B. has spoken
C. doesn’t speak
D. speak
4. What ______ if the Earth suddenly stopped going around the Sun?
A. will happen
B. would happen
C. happens
D. happened
5. If I ______ a wish, I would wish for happiness for my family.
A. have
B. am having
C. had
D. was having
6. If he ______ yesterday, he would not have lost his job.
A. finished it
B. had finished it
C. finishes it
D. has finished it
7. If you don’t keep silent, you _____ wake the baby up.
A. will
B. would
C. had
D. could
8. If he ______ Korea last year, he wouldn’t have met his girlfriend.
A. had visited
B. visited
C. hadn’t visited
D. didn’t visit
9. I would understand what he is saying if I ______ English.
A. knew
B. know
C. would know
D. had known
10. If my father ______ here now, he would help me.
A. were
B. was
C. is
D. would be
Ex 5: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. If he were better qualified, he ______ get the job.
A. will
B. can
C. may
D. could
2. If the ball ______ the line, that would have been the end of the game.
A. had crossed
B. crossed
C. crosses
D. cross
3. If you ______ 5 minutes late, you won’t be able to get into the examination room.
A. will be
B. were
C. are
D. would be
4. I would feel better now if you ______ to me about it last night
A. hadn’t told
B. hadn’t talked
C. didn’t tell
D. didn’t talk
5. If he ______ carefully last night, he’d not be in hospital now.
A. drove
B. had driven
C. drives
D. was driving
6. If I hadn’t got wet yesterday, I _____ sick now.
A. wouldn’t have been
C. will not be
B. hadn’t been
D. wouldn’t be
7. If I had got up early, I ______ time to have breakfast now.
A. have
B. I had
C. would have
D. would have had
8. If you do so, it ______ the matter worse.
A. makes only
B. would only make C. will only make
D. had only made
9. Sam ______ in my company now if she hadn’t refused my boss’s offer.
A. would work
B. will be working
C. had worked
D. would have worked
10. If Kenny had done his homework, he ______ by the teacher today.
A. will not be criticized
C. wouldn’t have been criticized
B. hadn’t been criticized
D. was not being criticized
Ex 6: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. I would have visited you before if there ______ quite a lot of people in your house.
A. haven't been
B. hadn't been
C. wouldn't be
D. wasn't
2. If I _____, I would express my feelings.
A. were asked
B. would ask
C. had been asked D. asked
3. John would be taking a great risk if he ______ his money in that business.
A. would invest
B. invested
C. had invested
D. invests
4. If I ______ her phone number, I ______ her last night
A. had known / could have phoned
C. knew / would have phoned
B. know / can phone
D. knew / could phone
5. If she ______ that the traffic lights were red she ______.
A. had realized / would stop
C. realized / could have stopped
B. has realized / stopped
D. had realized / would have stopped
6. If I ______ in London now, I could visit British Museum.
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A. were
B. had been
C. have been
D. would be
7. The magazine ______ by more people if it had better articles.
A. would be reading B. will be read
C. would be read
D. would have been read
8. If I ______ him yesterday, I would come back tomorrow
A. didn’t meet
B. have met
C. met
D. hadn’t met
9. I ______ one of my special desserts for dinner if you like
A. make
B. will make
C. would make
D. was making
10. If I ______ so shy, I would have a lot of friends.
A. were not
B. had not been
C. will not be
D. would not be
Ex 7: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. If I ______ the flu, I would have joined you for the trip
A. hadn’t had
B. haven’t had
C. didn’t have
D. don’t have
2. If we hadn’t got lost, we ______ at the party now
A. had
B. would be
C. might have been D. will be
3. If the lecture ______ so quickly, we’d have understood his speech
A. didn’t speak
C. hadn’t spoken
B. wouldn’t have spoken
D. shouldn’t have spoken
4. If I had more time, I ______ with you a little bit more.
A. Will stay
B. would stay
C. would have stayed D. had stayed
5. I wouldn’t have to take this course if my English ______ better
A. were
B. had been
C. would be
D. would have been
6. If you hadn’t watched that late movie last night, you ______ so tired now.
A. wouldn’t be
B. hadn’t been
C. will not be
D. wouldn’t have been
7. If the wall weren't so high, he _____ it up to take his ball down.
A. climbed
B. could climb
C. is climbing
D. climb
8. If you press that button what _____?
A. would happen
C. would have happened
B. will happen
D. happen
9. If I ______ smoking, I might get fat.
A. stop
B. had stopped
C. will stop
D. stopped
10. If you ______ to the course regularly, they ______ a certificate last year.
A. go / gave
B. go / give
B. had gone / would have given
D. went / would give
Ex 8: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence
printed before it.
1. Robert got a bad cough because he started smoking cigarettes.
ð If
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2. Peter is fat because he eats so many chips.
ð If
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3. He failed his exam because he didn’t study.
ð If
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4. I don’t know the answer, so I can’t tell you.
ð If
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5. I don’t know her number, so I don’t ring her up.
ð If
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6. He can’t go out because he has to study for his exam.
ð If
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7. Dick is in prison because a detective recognized him.
ð If
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8. He didn’t take any exercises. He was so unhealthy.
ð If
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9. She is very shy, so she doesn’t enjoy the party.
ð If
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10. He smoked too much; that’s why he couldn’t get rid of his cough.
ð If
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Irregular Verbs
Nguyên thể
Quá khứ đơn
Quá khứ phân từ
Be
Was/Were
Been
Go
Went
Gone
Take
Took
Taken
Know
Knew
Known
Ring
Rang
Rung
Tell
Told
Told
Get
Got
Got
Eat
Ate
Eaten
Ex 9: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence
printed before it.
1. If he rings, I will tell him the news.
ð Should
.
2. If it hadn’t been for your help, I wouldn’t have succeeded.
ð Had
.
3. If Mary had studied hard, she would have passed the exam.
ð Had
.
4. If you knew Japanese, you would understand what I mean.
ð Were
.
5. If it rains, the match will be cancelled.
ð Should
.
6. If I knew Philosophy, I would be able to answer your question.
ð Were
.
7. If she hadn't worked hard, she wouldn't have got high wages.
ð Had
.
8. If you forget our address, you can find it in the phone book.
ð Should
.
9. If they studied harder, they would get good marks.
ð Were
.
10. She wouldn’t be promoted if she worked inefficiently.
ð Were
.
Ex 10: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each
of the following questions.
1. ______ sorry, he wouldn’t have been angry.
A. If she said
B. Were she to say C. Had she said
D. Should she say
2. ______ rich, I could afford to buy an expensive car.
A. Should I be
B. Had I been
C. Were I
D. If I am
3. ______ the instructions carefully, the machine would have run perfectly.
A. Should we read B. Were we to read C. Had we read
D. If we read
4. ______ it not been for the heavy rain, we would have gone camping.
A. If
B. Had
C. Should
D. Unless
5. ______ his address, I would have written before.
A. As I had known B. If I knew
C. Had I known
D. Unless I had known
6. ______, we will have to go to another movie.
A. Were they run out of tickets
C. Should they run out of tickets
B. Had they run out of tickets
D. If they had run out of tickets
7. ______ your mind, let me know.
A. Should you change
C. Do you change
B. You change
D. Were you to change
8. ______ dancing, you would have laughed too.
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A. Had you seen
B. Had you see
C. Were you seen
D. Should you see
9. ______, I could get any table in the fanciest restaurant.
A. Was I
B. Were I
C. Am I
D. Should I be
10. ______ my dad, you would have thought he was wonderful too.
A. Know
B. Have you known C. Were you to know D. Had you known
Ex 11: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the
sentence printed before it.
1. If he doesn’t take more care, he’ll have an accident.
ð Unless
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2. The crops will be ruined if it doesn’t rain soon.
ð Unless
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3. Unless the weather is fine, we’ll stay at home.
ð If
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4. I can’t go with you unless I get my work finished.
ð If
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5. If you don’t leave on the 15th, you’ll get home late for your mother’s party.
ð Unless
.
6. Tom never does anything unless his father tells him what to do.
ð If
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7. You can’t visit the United States unless you get a visa.
ð If
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8. Unless you remember our address, you can find it in the phone book.
ð If
.
9. If he doesn’t arrive, phone me.
ð Unless
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10. If she doesn’t agree, we cannot continue our project.
ð Unless
.
Ex 12: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the
sentence printed before it.
1. You’ve to start studying, or you’ll fail all those exams.
ð If
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2. Give me money, or I will kill you.
ð If
.
3. Do your exercises or you will fail the exam.
ð If
.
4. You must save some money or you won’t be able to buy the house.
ð If
.
5. Do it carefully or you’ll feel sorry afterwards.
ð If
.
6. Ask him first; otherwise, he won’t offer to help.
ð If
.
7. You have to stay calm; otherwise, you’ll make a wrong decision.
ð Unless
.
8. Keep silent, or else you’ll wake the baby up.
ð If
.
9. Stop talking or you won’t understand the lesson.
ð Unless
.
10. Study hard or you won’t pass the exam.
ð If
.
Ex 13: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest
in meaning to each of the following questions.
1. I don’t money, so I am not going on holiday.
A. Having no money made me go on holiday.
B. Not having money on my holiday go me down.
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C. If I have money, I’ll go on holiday.
D. If I had money, I would go on holiday.
2. I didn’t visit you because I didn’t know you were in hospital.
A. If I knew you were in hospital, I would visit you.
B. If I had known you were in hospital, I would visit you.
C. If I had known you were in hospital, I would have visited you.
D. If I knew you were in hospital, I would have visited you.
3. I can’t do the test because it is too difficult.
A. If the test weren’t too difficult, I can do it.
B. If the test hadn’t been too difficult, I could do it.
C. If the test weren’t too difficult, I could do it.
D. If the test isn’t too difficult, I can do it.
4. She didn’t learn hard. Therefore, she fails the test today.
A. If she learned hard, she didn’t fail the test today.
B. If she had learned hard, she would not fail the test today.
C. If she had learned hard, she would not have failed the test today.
D. If she learned hard, she would not have failed the test today.
5. David broke his leg. He can't play in the final now.
A. If David didn’t break his leg, he could play in the final.
B. If David hadn’t broken his leg, he could play in the final now.
C. David couldn’t play in the final due to his broken leg.
D. But for his broken leg, David couldn’t play in the final now.
6. She didn’t stop her car because she didn’t see the signal.
A. If she saw the signal, she would stop her car.
B. If she had seen the signal, she would stop her car.
C. If she had seen the signal, she would have stopped her car.
D. If she saw the signal, she would have stopped her car.
7. His flight was delayed so he couldn’t be here on time.
A. He would be here in time if his flight were not delayed.
B. He would have been here in time if his flight hadn’t been delayed.
C. He would be here in time if his flight hadn’t been delayed.
D. He would have been here in time if his flight weren’t delayed.
8. He stepped on the mine, and it exploded.
A. If he doesn’t step on the mine, it doesn’t explode.
B. If he doesn’t step on the mine, it won’t explode.
C. If he didn’t step on the mine, it wouldn’t explode.
D. If he hadn’t stepped on the mine, it wouldn’t have exploded.
9. I don’t know Philosophy, so I can’t answer your question.
A. If I know Philosophy, I can answer your question.
B. If I know Philosophy, I will be able to answer your question.
C. If I knew Philosophy, I would be able to answer your question.
D. If I had known Philosophy, I would have been able to answer your question.
10. It rains, so I can’t go to school.
A. If it rains, I could go to school.
C. If it did not rain, I could go to school.
B. If it not rain, I could go to school.
D. If it rains, I can go to school.
Ex 14: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest
in meaning to each of the following questions.
1. You didn't tell me your story, so I couldn't help you.
A. If you told me the story, I could help you.
B. If only you told me your story.
C. Did you tell me your story, I could help you.
D. If you had told me the story, I could have helped you.
2. She worked hard so she got high wages.
A. If she didn't work hard, she wouldn't get high wages.
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B. If she had worked hard, she would have got high wages.
C. If she hadn't worked hard, she wouldn't have got high wages.
D. If she worked hard, she would get high wages.
3. John is fat because he eats so many chips.
A. If John does not eat so many chips, he will not be fat.
B. If John did not eat so many chips, he would not be fat.
C. John is fat though he eats so many chips.
D. Being fat, John eats so many chips.
4. I won’t mow the lawn if it isn’t fine tomorrow.
A. Unless it is fine tomorrow, I will move the lawn.
B. Unless it is fine tomorrow, I won’t mow the lawn.
C. If it will be fine tomorrow, I don’t mow the lawn.
D. If it will be fine tomorrow, won’t I mow the lawn.
5. I didn’t speak to Anita because I didn’t see her.
A. If I saw Anita, I would speak to her.
B. If I had seen Anita, I would have spoken to her.
C. Although I spoke to Anita, I didn’t see her.
D. I saw Anita so that I could speak to her.
6. Stop talking or you won’t understand the lesson.
A. If you don’t stop talking, you won’t understand the lesson.
B. If you don’t stop talking, you wouldn’t understand the lesson.
C. If you hadn’t stopped talking, you wouldn’t understand the lesson.
D. If you hadn’t stopped talking, you wouldn’t have understood the lesson.
7. She is so busy that she cannot come to the party.
A. If she were not busy, she would come to the party.
B. If she were not busy, she wouldn’t come to the party.
C. If she were busy, she wouldn’t come to the party.
D. Were she busy, she would come to the party.
8. Because he didn’t obey his parent’s advice, he gets into the trouble now.
A. If he had obeyed his parent’s advice, he wouldn’t get into the trouble now.
B. If he obeyed his parent’s advice, he wouldn’t got into the trouble now.
C. If he had obeyed his parent’s advice, he wouldn’t have got into the trouble now.
D. If he didn’t obey his parent’s advice, he wouldn’t get into the trouble now.
9. He didn’t take his father’s advice. That’s why he is out of work.
A. If he had taken his father’s advice, he would not be out of work.
B. If he had taken his father’s advice, he would not have been out of work.
C. If he took his father’s advice, he would not be out of work.
D. If he takes his father’s advice, he will not be out of work.
10. We were wearing our seat belts. Therefore, we survived that accident.
A. Had we not been wearing our seat belts, we wouldn’t have survived that accident
B. But for our seat belts, we should have survived that accident
C. Without our seat belts, we could have survived that accident.
D. If we weren’t wearing our seat belts, we couldn’t have survived that accident.
Ex 15: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest
in meaning to each of the following questions.
1. You don’t try to work hard. You will fail in the exam.
A. Unless you don’t try to work hard, you will fail in the exam.
B. Unless you try to work hard, you won’t fail in the exam.
C. Unless you try to work hard, you will fail in the exam.
D. Unless do you try to work hard, you will fail in the exam.
2. You didn’t tell me earlier. That’s why I didn’t give it to you.
A. I wouldn’t have given it to you if you hadn’t told me earlier.
B. I wouldn’t have given it to you if you had told me earlier.
C. Had you told me earlier, I wouldn’t have given it to you.
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D. I would have given it to you if you had told me earlier.
3. You don’t have tickets. We can’t let you come in.
A. We can let you come in provided that have tickets.
B. We could let you come in if you have tickets.
C. If you had tickets, we could let you come in.
D. Unless you don’t have tickets, we can let you come in.
4. If Nam hadn't gone to school yesterday, he wouldn't have understood that lesson.
A. Nam didn't go to school yesterday and he didn't understand that lesson
B. Nam went to school yesterday but he didn't understand that lesson.
C. Nam didn't go to school yesterday but he understood that lesson.
D. Nam went to school yesterday and understood that lesson.
5. If the bag had not been heavy, we would have taken it with us.
A. The bag is heavy, so we cannot take it with us.
B. The bag was heavy, so we could not take it with us.
C. Because the bag was heavy so we could not take it with us.
D. We took the bag with us although it was heavy.
6. If I had time, I would go with you.
A. I am free and surely go with you.
C. I am too busy to go with you.
B. I will go with you because I have time. D. I am free enough to go with you.
7. If I had been more confident, I would have passed the driving test.
A. I failed my driving test because of my lack of confidence.
B. I had failed my driving test because of my lack of confidence.
C. I passed the driving test in spite of my lack of confidence.
D. I passed the driving test with confidence.
8. Unless he apologizes, I’ll never invite him here again.
A. If he didn’t apologize, I’ll never invite him here again.
B. If he doesn’t apologize, I’ll invite him here again.
C. If he hadn’t apologized, I’d never invite him here again.
D. If he apologizes, I’ll never invite him here again.
9. Put your coat on. You will get cold.
A. You will not get cold unless you put your coat on.
B. Pout your coat on, otherwise you will get cold.
C. It’s not until you put your coat on that you will get cold.
D. You not only put your coat on but also get cold.
10. Get in touch with me as soon as possible if you change your mind about the trip.
A. Should you change your mind about the trip, contact me as soon as possible
B. If you changed your mind about the trip, get in touch with me as soon as possible.
C. You should call me whenever you changed your mind about the trip.
D. Having changed your mind about the trip, you should get in touch with me soon.
Ex 16: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that
needs correction in each of the following questions.
1. If you will pass your examination, we will have a celebration.
A
B
C
D
2. If we will reduce the speed of population growth, there will be less pressure on the earth
A
B
C
D
3. If the weather is fine tomorrow, we would go to the beach.
A
B
C
D
4. If a drop of oil is placed in a glass of water, it would float to the top.
A
B
C
D
5. If people didn’t protect the environment, we will have to regret about the consequences.
A
B
C
D
6. We will gain more achievements and build a better life for our people if we had a billion.
A
B
C
D
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7. If Americans ate fewer foods with sugar and salt, their general health will be better.
A
B
C
D
8. If he weren’t too old, he will apply for the job as a war reporter.
A
B
C
D
9. He said that if he has more time, he would come to see us.
A
B
C
D
10. There wouldn’t be so many poor children if there is peace in the world.
A
B
C
D
Ex 17: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that
needs correction in each of the following questions.
1. If I am 10 centimeters taller, I would play basketball.
A
B
C
D
2. If you smoked in a non-smoking compartment, the other passengers will object.
A
B
C
D
3. If he had listened to his father’s advice, he would have been working here now.
A
B
C
D
4. If I were you, I will go to the dentist’s and have the tooth checked.
A
B
C
D
5. If you had gone to the course regularly, they would give you a certificate last year.
A
B
C
D
6. If you wore a false beard, nobody would have recognized you.
A
B
C
D
7.
8. If I had had the same problem you had as a child, I may not have succeeded in life as well as
A
B
C
D
you have.
9. Roger wouldn’t have made such a lot of mistakes if he hasn’t been so tired.
A
B
C
D
10. My father gave me a watch for my birthday if I he didn’t give me the laptop.
A
B
C
D
Ex 18: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that
needs correction in each of the following questions.
1. If I were her, I will quit that job immediately and look for another one.
A
B
C
D
2. If she had finished the work, she can go home.
A
B
C D
3. Should you told me that this was going to happen, I would have never believed it.
A
B
C
D
4. The patient will not recover unless he undergo an operation.
A
B
C
D
5. Had I known her address, I would go to visit her.
A
B
C
D
6. Were he ten years younger, he took part in the voyage around the world.
A
B
C
D
7. If she had sent a telegram, we would have received it by now.
A
B
C
D
8. Were I to become president, my first act would have been to help the poor.
A
B
C
D
9. If Lucia had been here now, she would find out the truth about her uncle’s accident.
A
B
C
D
10. If we raised and resurface the roads, they will not be muddy and flooded.
A
B
C
D
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